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.
A classical Grade II Listed Georgian country house over 250 years old and beautifully restored in a quiet rural location. The property has stunning views across the valley and a range of traditional stone barns and outbuildings set in five acres.
Sussex Terrace was built around 1840 by the local and highly regarded Victorian architect Thomas Owen. St. Bernard’s is an impressive Grade II Listed period townhouse set in 4,381 sq ft of living space, arranged over five floors.
This beautiful residence, built circa 1830 is located on the fringes of Harrietsham village. This rustic property is full of character, and occupies a generous plot with well-proportioned rooms appointed over three levels.
This picturesque six-bedroom Grade II Listed family home is set in half an acre. The property features traditional period features such as exposed beams throughout and boasts beautifully presented gardens.
A striking 18th century Grade II Listed house in the very heart of the town, next to St Mary's Parish Church. The property benefits from stunning landscaped gardens, excellent room sizes and feature fireplaces.
This beautiful period family residence and guest cottage is thought to date back to the early 1800’s. Westgate Farm boasts a fabulous vaulted ceiling conservatory, landscaped gardens and outbuildings with stables.
Bela House is a lovely Georgian property that sits within the vibrant village of Milnthorpe with Dallam Deer Park, an Area of Outstanding Beauty (AONB). Tastefully modernised, the unique property is light and airy throughout and offers beautiful gardens.
Set in a wonderful, rural location, this Grade II Listed property, is set in 3,487 sq ft with a wealth of character features. The property was renovated 10 years ago and comes with beautifully manicured gardens, a paddock and outstanding interiors.
The Old Rectory has a definite air of grandeur and elegance, located in a charming village setting in the lea of the historic church of St. Martins. The residence benefits from 11 bedrooms, annexes, a barreled cellar and parkland style gardens.
This beautifully presented two-bedroom maisonette is located within one of Colchester’s finest Grade II Listed buildings. The building originally dates to 1817 and was converted into separate dwellings in 2004. The accommodation offers many period features including sash windows and oak flooring.This beautifully presented two-bedroom maisonette is located within one of Colchester’s finest Grade II Listed buildings. The building originally dates to 1817 and was converted into separate dwellings in 2004. The accommodation offers many period features including sash windows and oak flooring.
The Great House is a handsome Grade II Listed residence, enjoying views towards the surrounding hills, situated close to superb walks and within four miles of the coast at Minehead. The original house, which is of Tudor origins, was gentrified in 1720 with an imposing Georgian addition and still retains many inherent features to include wonderful timber-paneled rooms, fireplaces, tall windows and a sweeping staircase.
Possibly the most illustrious address in the region, No.1 Yorkshire is a picturesque Grade II Listed town house 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 has 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 stone work, high ceilings and unique glazed, crossed window openings.
Georgian elegance personified, this incredible Grade I Listed home occupies a prominent position, overlooking the former Officers Tennis Lawns. 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. In recent years, the residence, which is set within 5,000 sq ft of accommodation, has been updated whilst retaining architectural integrity.
This stunning Grade II Listed Georgian farmhouse is set within formal, landscaped gardens measuring over half an acre. Pump Farm House dates back 300 years and offers beautiful grounds with outstanding views of orchards and across the River Thames.
The Homestead is a fine Grade II Listed Georgian farmhouse, standing in large mature grounds extending to almost two acres. The property is located in the heart of the village and is believed to date from the mid 18th century. Many original features remain within the residence including a fine Georgian staircase, sash windows with shutters and several open fireplaces.
Whimpton House is a fine, Grade II Listed farmhouse with an extensive range of outbuildings and land extending to over two acres. Dating from the early 19th century, the property retains original features such as traditional sash windows, open fires and window shutters. The brick construction outbuildings offer terrific flexibility and the property includes a large courtyard and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.
The Old Parsonage is a distinctive Georgian home set within 4,992 sq ft. The property is nestled in the centre of the village with private walled gardens, Georgian oak flooring, a brick feature fireplace and a gorgeous Georgian staircase.
Derwent Bridge House is a magnificent Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse set in approximately one acre of idyllic riverside grounds. The remarkably classic interiors have been professionally restored and renovated, with stunning period features throughout. The residence was built in around 1765, with interior upgraded in the 1820s. The property is located close to Cockermouth town centre amenities.
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