Written by Rebecca Heigho | 14th June 2024

MG Living

Top Ten Bridgerton-Inspired Houses

Dearest Gentle Readers... The summer social season is upon us and with that, a brand-new season of Netflix’s Bridgerton has graced our screens. But it’s not just the latest regency fashions, courtships, and whispers of scandals that have our heads turning here in the Ton. Oh, no… This author couldn’t help but notice the fine & fanciful homes adorning our streets.

Bletsoe Castle

Be it wisteria-clad cottages or grand estates, turn your attention to Michael Graham for ten Bridgerton-esque properties worthy of housing the season’s diamond.


Bletsoe Castle | Bletsoe, Bedfordshire

£4,000,000 (Pictured above right - now under offer)
Home to: Simon & Daphne, Duke & Duchess of Hastings

This grand, Grade II listed home comes with an abundance of history, once home to Margaret Beaufort, mother of the first Tudor King Henry VII.

The interior is tastefully decorated with six spacious reception rooms and eight/nine bedrooms, plus a further two-bedroom annexe, a tennis court, a moat, and 24 acres of gardens and grounds. Perfect for a new Duchess and her growing family…


The Old Rectory | Sywell, Northamptonshire

Home to:
Lady Danbury

This Grade II listed Victorian former Rectory is the envy of the Ton, featuring five bedrooms, a gated driveway, tennis court, cellar, and 2.04 acres of gardens with countryside views.

We’re sure to see a ball or two take place at this stunning property. Perhaps this author should clear her dance card…


Adstock End | Adstock, Buckinghamshire

Home to:
Anthony & Kate, a.k.a. the new Lord & Lady Bridgerton

Complete with stables, paddocks, and a swimming pool, this thoughtfully decorated four-bedroom abode is the perfect retreat for the warm weather of the social season.

One can already picture the Bridgerton’s riding their horses and hosting garden parties on the grounds of this home.


2 Crawley Grange | North Crawley, Buckinghamshire

Home to:
Genevieve Delacroix, a.k.a The Modiste

With an interior deserving of the most fashionable in the Ton, the East Wing of this 16th Century manor house is sure to be the setting of this season’s most sought after gown designs…


The Coach House | Aspley Heath, Bedfordshire

Home to:
Eloise Bridgerton

With a bright, characterful interior, uninterrupted woodland views, a private swimming pool, and plenty of peaceful corners for reading and storing books… this wisteria-clad coach house is an idyllic escape for the well-read second Bridgerton daughter.


Greyfriars | Hitchin, Hertfordshire

Home to:
Lady Violet Bridgerton

This Edwardian home features high ceilings and period features, combined with bright, contemporary décor.

With its five bedrooms, reception hall, three reception rooms, and nearly one acre of gardens, the Bridgerton family will have plenty of space to visit the ex-Viscountess.


The Cottage | Whaddon, Buckinghamshire

Home to:
Lady Featherington

This Victorian, four-bedroom detached cottage is located in a quiet village with countryside views, but being close by to the nearest city, the latest gossip and scandals are never too far away…

What better home could there be for the most cunning mother of the Ton to hide away?


4 Little Horwood Manor | Little Horwood, Buckinghamshire

Home to:
Francesca Bridgerton

An elegant and understated apartment could not be more well-suited to the most mysterious of the Bridgerton sisters…

This Grade II listed property is located within a converted country house, providing a quiet space for wandering the gardens and practicing the piano in peaceful solitude.


The Old Vicarage | Offley, Hertfordshire

Home to:
The Cowpers

With just a touch of grandeur and a sprinkling of wisteria, this five-bedroom home provides period features, a greenhouse, and 1.02 acres of wraparound gardens, making for a spacious home for a family here in the Ton.


Castle Keep | High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Home to:
Penelope Featherington, a.k.a Lady Whistledown

Last but by no means least… this author needs a home, and where better than my very own castle?

This fascinating Georgian property is just unique enough to work, featuring four bedrooms, a turret, a summerhouse, a roof terrace, and an abundance of character.

Not to mention, the surrounding woodland is the perfect place to hide while I write…


Where will your next humble abode be? One need only ask Michael Graham to find out.


Yours Truly,
Lady Whistledown

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