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.
This historic, Grade II Listed Georgian building is a landmark within the stunning Peak District National Park village of Bakewell. Ideal for holidaymakers, this home is situated in the heart of the town with all its superb facilities, restaurants, bars and local amenities. Originally constructed for the Duke of Rutland, the property has sympathetically transformed into five separate, fully self-contained apartments, with high ceilings, deep skirting boards and large sash style windows throughout.
Set in approximately 30 acres of paddocks and parkland, this Grade II Listed country home in Rutland overlooks formal gardens with far-reaching views towards the lakes and hills beyond. Converted stone barns and a cottage offer income potential as standalone rental properties and holiday lets. With a great deal of acreage, a stable block and plenty of scope for further facilities, this would make an excellent equestrian property.
Situated in a prime location with glorious views over the Welland Valley, to the west of Stamford and the A1, this beautiful Georgian farmhouse provides excellent road and rail links to London and the rest of the country.
The reservoir around which Claremont Square was constructed dates back to the 18th century and now provides a centrepiece for the exceptional Grade II Listed Georgian buildings that surround it. Retaining many of its original features, including marble fireplaces and original stoves, this terraced freehold property presents the unique opportunity to create a bespoke family home or a number of flats. The property benefits from six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large open-plan kitchen and dining room, a cellar and a south-west facing garden.
Located amongst breathtakingly beautiful Lake District scenery, within the secluded and rather private Lowther Valley, Rawhead is an outstanding three bedroom detached Georgian property. Just nine miles from Penrith and within easy reach of principal road and rail links, this beautifully maintained house represents a special kind of country living. With a detached stone barn, an acre of land, a double garage, low maintenance landscaped gardens and spectacular surroundings, this combination rarely comes on the market.
If you are seeking an investment opportunity with an abundance of possibilities, this 21-bedroom character detached property could be what you are looking for. The frontage of the attractive Georgian building is Grade II Listed, and has been well-maintained, allowing this large building to stand out within the street scene of this central location. Run as a reputable care home up until April 2019, the property still retains many aspects to suit this type of business with eight ground-floor and 13 first-floor bedrooms, some with private en-suite facilities.
This attractive Grade II Listed Georgian property is located on the outskirts of the market town of Wigton, being just a 15-minute walk to the town centre. The house was originally built in 1826 as part of a Quaker School, known as Brookfield School. The current owners sympathetically renovated and restored the property to its current high standard, retaining many original features. The property boasts three spacious and light-filled reception rooms, a kitchen-diner, an attached one-bedroom annexe, four further bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Set in spectacular grounds of 3.5 acres, The Grange Farmhouse is a magnificent Grade II Listed Georgian farmhouse dating from around 1840. Comprising approximately 7,000 square feet of internal space, the property offers nine bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a substantial open-plan kitchen and four further reception rooms.
Located two miles west of the historic Norfolk market town of Fakenham, The Grange Farmhouse is around ten miles inland from the celebrated North Norfolk coast and its glorious sandy beaches.
This beautiful Grade II Listed Georgian country residence sits within the heart of the Staffordshire countryside. With versatile interiors, seven bedrooms and established south-facing grounds totalling around 14 acres, Haselour House originally formed part of the historic De-Trafford Estate. This property benefits from a wealth of beautifully retained features including original sash windows, marble fireplaces and ornate plasterwork.
Dale Brook House is a handsome country manor house within the countryside of the Peak District National Park, comprising one acre of formal gardens and lawns with a further enclosed four-acre paddock with stabling. This Georgian equestrian home boasts a host of original features, which have been meticulously restored to create a timeless and stylish family home.
This handsome period home has been updated and improved by the current owners to provide extremely well-appointed accommodation, ideal for family occupation. The well-presented accommodation briefly comprises a drawing room, a sitting room, a conservatory/dining room, a kitchen, a side porch, a cloakroom, three first-floor bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, a first-floor study, two second-floor bedrooms and a second-floor shower room. All the rooms have an inviting outlook onto the grounds and some rooms have superb far reaching views of distant countryside. In addition to the main house, a detached one-bedroom annexe provides an ideal space for extended family or it could be used as a large work from home office.
Eve House is a handsome Grade II Listed residence of extraordinary proportions and of great historical architectural interest, set in a quiet village only four miles out of the city of Lincoln providing the best of both worlds. With a sizeable front garden and an enclosed courtyard garden at the back with outbuildings and vehicle access, there is scope for further development, subject to the necessary planning consents. Just over the road, the local primary school is rated Outstanding by Ofsted, the Lincolnshire Wolds are a 10-minute drive with the coast beyond, and fast trains to London from Newark mean a total journey time into central London, door to door, is around two hours.
Possibly the most illustrious address in the region, No.1 Yorkshire is a picturesque Grade II Listed townhouse constructed of red brick in Flemish bond with a pantile roof. The property dates from the 18th century and has been sympathetically restored, retaining original features combined with modern bathrooms and a superbly equipped kitchen.
The Stable House is a truly unique four-bedroom Grade II Listed barn conversion. Great care and attention to detail have been taken from the design and layout of the property to the finish of the fixtures and fittings. Many original features have been incorporated into the design to include exposed beams, beautiful stonework, high ceilings and unique glazed, crossed window openings.
This handsome Grade II Listed Georgian country home is located in a designated conservation village, surrounded by beautiful countryside. Set in large, secluded and mature walled gardens, this spacious stone-built property combines stylish interior design with elegant proportions to create a truly special family home. There are excellent and sought-after grammar schools located a short distance away as well as a high-speed rail network to London Kings Cross in approximately 65 minutes at nearby Grantham.
A truly unique part of British history, this Grade II Listed residence is a stunning example of grand Regency living, set in 65 acres of heritage conservation grounds. This impressive Georgian townhouse is arranged over five floors with 4,370 square feet of living accommodation and further garaging and stores space. Throughout this eight-bedroom home, there is an immense feeling of space with large sash style windows and high ceilings.
Belford Hall is a Grade I Listed Georgian manor house designed in the Palladian style and built with Ashlar stone and a slate roof. The hall was designed by architect James Paine and built in the mid-1750s with later additions by John Dobson. The hall sits amongst 24 acres of parkland including a small lake.
The East Pavilion is a fine example of a sympathetic conversion apartment. With accommodation set over two floors, this three-bedroom home is well appointed with a fabulous modern kitchen and bathroom facilities, blended with traditional features such as sash windows, coving and feature fireplaces.
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 square feet of accommodation with three reception rooms, six bedrooms and impressive views.
This stunning Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse is set in the renowned historic Minster town of Southwell, enjoying an enviable position with a private rear driveway, carport garaging and wonderful, south-east facing private gardens. This lovely period property showcases a wide range of original features typical from the era of construction including feature fireplaces, high ceilings, sash windows and flagstone flooring.
This substantial six-bedroom family home is located in the prestigious Uphill Lincoln gated development, The Colosseum. Burns Place is part of a landmark crescent of homes and offers 4,450 square feet of modern living space combined with a classic Georgian design set over four storeys. The light-filled open plan kitchen and dining room with a log burner is a particular feature of this home. Externally, a fully enclosed garden with a patio terrace offers a beautiful space to relax and entertain.
The Edge is an imposing, Georgian style, seven-bedroom property. Surrounded by mature gardens, extending to around 0.8 acres, this exceptional property is located in a prominent position within the centre of Quarndon with easy access to local amenities and within the catchment area for the renowned Ecclesbourne School. Boasting large rooms with high ceilings, the property extends to approximately 8,590 square feet, including the double garage and a swimming pool complex.
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