Looking to take your Bridgerton obsession to new heights? Forget ballgowns, pearl jewellery and period dresswear. Here’s your chance to own a flat that’s actually been featured in the hit series.
The property is on the Royal Crescent in Bath, which, as any die-hard Bridgerton fan will no doubt already know, is used as the exterior for the home of the Featheringtons.
In the series the Featheringtons own 1 Royal Crescent, which is actually a museum IRL. The flat currently up for sale is elsewhere on the crescent, but boy does it look like a tremendously gorgeous and exclusive abode. The entire row is Grade I-listed, forming a key part of a very swish part of Bath – not forgetting that the city itself is a Unesco World Heritage site.
The first-floor flat has got high ceilings with opulent decorations and huge sash windows looking out over nearby Victoria Park. The common areas are all kitted out pretty glamorously, while the flat itself has one mezzanine bedroom, one bathroom and a kitchen with modern fittings. Here are a few pics of the place:
So, how much will this all set you back? A sweet £1 million ($1.3 million), which is, whichever way you look at it, rather a lot of cash. But if you are interested in booking a viewing? Get in touch with the estate agent here.
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