9th February, 2022

Top 20 Georgian Gems For Sale

Top 20 Georgian Gems For Sale

Georgian homes are some of the most desirable properties on the market. Recognisably British, with neo-classical stylings and uncomplicated symmetry, they are most certainly on many of our wishlists. Here is our round up of our Georgian gems on the market right now.

1. Tydd St Mary, Lincolnshire, 4 Bedrooms

detached Georgian country manor house in Lincolnshire Cambridgeshire area

This stunning, detached Georgian property is set in a highly desirable location on the Lincolnshire–Cambridgeshire border. This unique, Listed property is set in 3.5 acres of mature gardens, with established trees and an orchard, and comes with four bedrooms, each with their own private bathroom or en suite, two of which are in a separate guest annexe.

2. Market Bosworth, Warwickshire, 6 Bedrooms

The Dower House a grand symmetrical Grade II Listed Georgian house

Situated in the heart of this most sought-after historical market town, The Dower House oozes a wealth of character and charm with a contemporary twist. This Grade II* Listed Georgian home offers a bespoke contemporary fitted kitchen, pairing perfectly with the vaulted ceilings with exposed wooden beams.

3. Newland, Gloucestershire, 3 Bedrooms

traditional Georgian period country home for sale

Long Meadow House is a traditional period property in a delightful position with an original coach house and a paddock. Dating from the early 19th Century, the house has classic Georgian charm with large windows and well-proportioned rooms, yet combined with the charm and comfort created by the current owners over the last 25 years.

4. Shawell, Leicestershire, 5 Bedrooms

Property in Shawell, Leicestershire, 5 Bedrooms

Shawell Manor, quite rightly Listed Grade ll, is situated in an idyllic rural location, on the Leicestershire-Warwickshire border and surrounded by its own 6.7 acres of paddock land and a private approach. The house has many ancillary outbuildings, some of which have, in the past, had planning permission granted to convert into residential dwellings to compliment the main house, these include a Mill House and significant red brick barn, across the crew yard from Shawell Manor. The house itself offers all the period charm that you would expect from a Georgian property, with its sash windows affording plenty of natural light.

5. Liverpool Road, London, 4 Bedrooms

Georgian, four double bedroom semi-detached family home

This beautifully presented Georgian, four-bedroom semi-detached family home is situated in heart of Highbury and Islington, which offers superb transport links to the city and across London. The accommodation is light-filled and retains a wealth of original features, whilst externally, the property benefits from a south-facing garden and a gated driveway with space for three cars.

6. Chatham, Kent, 7 Bedrooms

7 Bedroom Terraced House For Sale in Stunning Grade 1 Listed Residence In The Historical Dockyard

Georgian elegance personified, this resplendent Grade 1 Listed home occupies a prominent position overlooking the former Officers Tennis Lawns, enjoying the peace and tranquility of this historic setting, only interrupted by the Dockyard clock chiming the hour. Dating from 1727 The Terrace of 12 properties were originally constructed by the Admiralty to provide homes and offices for the principle Officers of the Dockyard.

7. Marlborough, Wiltshire, 19 Bedrooms

Property in Marlborough, Wiltshire, 19 Bedrooms

With accommodation on a truly impressive scale, Everleigh Manor has been subject to extensive renovations over the last two decades. The eight-bedroom main house is complemented by the West Wing, a successful bed and breakfast, with a further 10 bedrooms and a separate one-bedroom cottage. Grand proportions can be found throughout and the orangery on the eastern side of the building hosts a swim spa and gymnasium.

8. Llanhennock, Monmouthshire, 8 Bedrooms

Property in Llanhennock, Monmouthshire, 8 Bedrooms

Glen Usk is one of the best-known, and most-admired, houses in South Wales, commanding a prominent position in the Usk Valley with gardens running down to the river and with a superb outlook over the famous Ryder Cup Golf Course. Constructed over four floors, in a typical symmetrical Georgian design, in a spectacular setting, the main residence offers over 16,000 sq. ft of exquisite accommodation. The house, which is Listed Grade II*, was extensively refurbished some years ago, and includes many hand-painted walls with gold leafing.

9. Shorne, Kent, 6 Bedrooms

Property in Shorne, Kent, 6 Bedrooms

This property is Georgian elegance personified, boasting a meticulous renovation. The fine period home stands proudly in a plot of 1.8 acres, affording views over surrounding countryside. The owners have created the perfect blend of old and new, offering versatile space with large rooms, ideal for a family, entertaining or working from home.

10. Danbury, Chelmsford, 4 Bedrooms

Property in Danbury, Chelmsford, 4 Bedrooms

Gay Bowers Cottage is a quintessentially English Grade II Listed family country home from the Georgian era (constructed in 1820), set at the head of a circular gated carriage driveway, within walking distance of the desirable and affluent village of Danbury, near Chelmsford. The gardens and grounds are an outstanding feature of the house within which a swimming pool, summer house and a games room/home office are situated. The property has been home to Christopher Cockerell CBE, RDI, FRS, inventor of the Hovercraft, and the renowned English landscape painter William Henry Fisk.

11. Canterbury, Kent, 12 Bedrooms

Property in Canterbury, Kent, 12 Bedrooms

This magnificent Grade II Listed residence is surrounded by 3.45 acres of gardens, grounds and a paddock. In 2005 a superb renovation and conservation project was undertaken to restore, extend and enhance the property to provide a truly luxurious home. There is a Georgian staircase rising up from the welcoming entrance hall, which leads to the sitting room with an archway to the drawing room, while the elegant dining room is the ideal place for formal entertaining.

12. Alphington, Exeter, 4 Bedrooms

Property in Alphington, Exeter, 4 Bedrooms

This grand, Grade II Listed, Georgian Manor House offers ample living accommodation with four double-bedrooms, a study, a double garage, parking and a private garden with sun terrace. This fine property originates from the 18th century and was divided into two individual dwellings in 1999. The historic building is located behind electric gates, and within walking distance of central Exeter.

13. Thorney, Cambridgeshire, 8 Bedrooms

Property in Thorney, Cambridgeshire, 8 Bedrooms

Built in 1728, this charming Grade II Listed house stands on the village green in the heart of the village of Thorney, 8 miles east of Peterborough. The eight-bedroom house is of fine proportions with exceptionally large sash windows, high ceilings and period fireplaces. It is set over three floors and has two staircases.

14. Sigglesthorne, Yorkshire, 6 Bedrooms

Property in Sigglesthorne, Yorkshire, 6 Bedrooms

An idyllic setting nestled in the gentle hills of Holderness approximately 4 miles east of the coastal town of Hornsea, this fine country residence circa 1815, has a history dating back over 700 years. The exceptional parkland setting provides an enviable lifestyle providing up to six-bedroom accommodation with six receptions, including a fully self-contained annexe with banqueting hall and self contained guest suite. There is a range of Georgian original stables and six-car garaging, complete with an indoor heated swimming pool with leisure facilities and tennis court.

15. Spilsby, Lincolnshire, 16 Bedrooms

Property in Spilsby, Lincolnshire, 16 Bedrooms

This splendid, historic, Lincolnshire country house of fine proportions is set over three floors, boasting over 60 rooms in total and offering 16 bedrooms, 10 en suites, large elegant reception rooms, a wing with several office spaces, and 8 acres (sts) of mature, well-maintained grounds featuring an idyllic waterside position with its own private lake, oriental gardens, walkways and woodland. Grade II Listed, red-brick Raithby Hall was the seat of the Brackenbury and Rawnsley families, built around 1760 for Robert Carr Brackenbury, and extended in 1848 and 1873, by George Gilbert Scott. It is also of great importance due to the Grade I Listed Wesleyan chapel in the grounds.

16. Chelmsford, Essex, 8 Bedrooms

Property in Chelmsford, Essex, 8 Bedrooms

The Old Vicarage, and the Old Vicarage Cottage have been completely renovated sympathetically to the period of the property and now provides the perfect balance of period charm and character together with modern conveniences, services and appliances, providing a fantastic family home. Throughout, the property is brimming with original features and every room has many a story to tell. The Old Vicarage has even been a feature on 25 Beautiful Homes and on the front page of Country Life.

17. Ealing, London, 7 Bedrooms

Property in Ealing, London, 7 Bedrooms

This unique Georgian-style detached house is set in a desirable neighbourhood in Ealing. Designed in 1913 by distinguished architect Robert Atkinson, the property is now a Grade-II Listed building on account of its collection of remarkable features. The house further benefits from a south-facing private garden and a garage to the rear of the property.

18. Burbage, Leicestershire, 6 Bedrooms

Tong Lodge is a six-bedroom, three-bathroom Georgian residence with a disguised history. The lovely ‘blue plaque’ home is in the heart of the Burbage Conservation Area; the property once belonged to Edward H Crump (OBE), an engineer who provided Burbage with a clean water supply over a century ago. Extending to 3,300 sq. ft. over three floors, this wonderful family home has been remodelled and refurbished over the last 20 years.

19. Branston, Lincolnshire, 10 Bedrooms

Palladian style Georgian manor house luxury dream home

This very fine, Grade II Listed, Lincolnshire country mansion was built in the Palladian style, dating to the mid-18th century and providing splendid, palatial rooms of elegance and majesty. The property includes 4 acres of wraparound parkland-style grounds. Despite its rural location, it is not only close to a well-served village, but also benefits very easy access into the historic cathedral city of Lincoln 5 miles away, where trains connect directly to London Kings Cross.

20. Soulbury, Buckinghamshire, 6 bedrooms

Lovett House Georgian village home

Lovett House is a former Charity School and School Master's House, which is believed to date back to 1724, designed by Thomas Harris of Cublington. The house is mentioned in Pevsner with a particular mention of the impressive staircase and fretwork in some of the rooms. This classical, Grade II* Listed, Georgian house boasts over 3,500 sq. ft. of accommodation with three reception rooms, six bedrooms and impressive views.

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