If you’ve watched any bit of Bridgerton, you’re sure to burn for all of the beautiful costumes, cast, and venues.
And beyond attending the luxurious Queens Ball at the Bridgerton experience, you can now live the lifestyle of these swoon-worthy characters and own property that was actually used in the filming of the show!
Better known as Royal Crescent in Bath, the astounding structure is shown as the exterior façade for the Featherington’s home in Bridgerton—and a regent-era English flat inside the property has just gone up for sale!
Royal Crescent dates back to the late 1700s and is made up of thirty terraced houses, forming its notoriously curved shape.
Besides its iconic cameo, No. 1 Royal Crescent—the first house in the Royal Crescent—is actually now a museum dedicated to the time period. Visitors are encouraged to explore the property’s conserved Georgian architecture and history through its many rooms and furnishings.
The luxurious first floor flat for sale boasts a mezzanine bedroom, one bathroom, spanning 1,349 sq. feet. With one of Bath’s most esteemed addresses, one lucky owner will be able to overlook The Royal Crescent and Victoria Park each morning they awake.
Ornate details draw attention to the space with what are believed to be the original cornices and ceiling roses that decorate the tall drawing room.
Take the curved staircase to the mezzanine bedroom that features built in wardrobes and a view of the Marlborough Buildings at the rear of the property.
Fit with a full kitchen and living area, the flat is a historic piece of architecture, complete with all the necessary fixtures of modern living.
For more information on the listing, see here.
And if you don’t have a spare €1 million lying around, make haste and attend the soirée of the season for an epic night at the Bridgerton ball, sure to get the attention of Lady Whistledown.