5 amazing homes in the North that could be straight out of Netflix hit drama Bridgerton
Hit Netflix show Bridgerton may be set in Regency-era London high society, but there are plenty of homes up North where you can live out your own period drama.
Knight Frank has a range of properties on the market, which would not look out of place on Bridgerton – Netflix’s biggest drama ever – including Aislaby Hall, a magnificent Georgian country home, near Pickering, North Yorkshire, on the market for £2.75 million; and the Roundhill Estate, a 17th Century country estate in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, at Bewerley, near Harrogate, North Yorkshire, on the market for £1.85 million.
Other highlights include Gilling Lodge, a modernised, Grade II-listed family home in Gilling West, near Richmond, North Yorkshire, on the market for offers in excess of £2.5 million and a three or four bedroom stone-built home, part of a period conversion of an old farm in Birstwith, near Harrogate, which is on the market for £599,500.
The 540-acre Blenkinsopp Estate, near Haltwhistle, Northumberland, is on the market for £4.85 million. Centred on the Grade II-listed Blenkinsopp Hall, the estate includes a further nine estate cottages, a period stable block including two cottages and estate office, a walled garden and lake.