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Want to Live Like a Bridgerton? The Ton Will Surely Be Talking Over These Home Prices From the Hit Show

The 'Bridgerton' world is full of gorgeous properties that are worth millions

The Regency Era is upon us in full force thanks to Netflix’s Bridgerton, and eager fans are devouring season 3 part 2 as we speak. The plot and amazing performances set the record-smashing series apart from the crowd, but so do the beautiful sets, homes, props and attention to detail intertwined throughout the London ton. Thanks to real estate experts AgentAdvice, FIRST for Women is taking a closer look at the cost of the Bridgerton homes if they were to be sold today, examining just how much it’d cost you to live like the famous family, the Duke and Duchess of Hastings, the Mondrich family and even Queen Charlotte.

Queen Charlotte’s palace is the most expensive home in ‘Bridgerton’

Unsurprisingly given her royal status, Queen Charlotte’s home in the Bridgerton series would set a home buyer back the most these days. Hopefully you have some serious cash laying around, because the queen’s palace would cost an estimated $564,810,582 in today’s money. That breaks down to roughly $790 per square foot of property – given that the palace is 712,062 square feet, that sum adds up very quickly.

The Hampton Court Palace once belonging to Queen Charlotte once boasted a kitchen staffed by 200 people, ensuring that the royal was sustained and pampered at all times. For fans of the show and the royal family at large, you can visit the palace located in the Borough of Richmond on the River Thames, as it is open to the public five days a week.

Daphne Bridgerton and the Duke of Hastings’ properties are worth millions

Coming in behind the queen – by a considerable margin – is Daphne Bridgerton and Simon, the Duke of Hastings, who were the subjects of season 1 of the hit show. On today’s market, the couple’s London residence would cost roughly $47.5 million, coming in at about $380 per square foot. Though only a tenth of the cost of Queen Charlotte’s palace, the Hastings house would set any billionaire back quite a bit.

Coming in behind the couple’s London residence is their home in North Yorkshire, the Clyvedon Castle. Though a fictional home, a property of this size – 88,888 square feet – and prominence would have an estimated value of $27,035,175 in today’s money.

Collectively, the Hastings – in today’s world – would be sitting on about $75 million worth of real estate.

Bridgerton House, Lady Danbury’s estate and the Featherington home are all expensive in today’s cash

Rounding out the list of Bridgerton properties are Bridgerton House in London, Lady Danbury’s estate in Somerset and the Featherington residence, also located in Somerset.

Starting with Bridgerton House, the titular family’s home would be worth an estimated $8,222,960 in today’s money. Landy Danbury’s estate, meanwhile, is a more stately home outside the city, coming in at $7,094,227 if put on the market today. The Featherington home – which has had a revolving door of owners in the show – is worth roughly $6,299,044, a pricey property by all accounts.

The most affordable ‘Bridgerton’ home belongs to the Mondrich family

The Mondrich family experienced quite the shock in season 3, as their son’s new title thrust them into the ton with full force. Their home, Kingston Bagpuize House in Oxfordshire, is the most affordable of the Bridgerton properties and would be worth $4,280,532 if put on the market today. Though the least expensive of the noble homes, the Mondrich house is still way out of the price point of most home buyers these days, and would require a roughly $856,000 down payment to chip away just 20% of the property’s worth. Can you imagine the monthly payment!

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