With Bridgerton returning to Netflix this March, we thought it might be fun to find a home to match! And boy, did we ever, with a 1927 ‘Tudor’ style mansion in one of Vancouver’s most prestigious areas. So, grab your nightgown and bonnet, because we’re about to tuck in to the details.
In fairness, the home is a few centuries off from when Bridgerton is set. But, since it’s a few centuries before, we think it could still work. After all, what’s a well-to-do family without a little getaway cottage (or mansion) that has been in the family for generations?
So, the fact that this Tudor home, which refers mostly to the 16th century, doesn’t bother us. Especially when it boasts those deep wood accents that just scream “I’m going for a ride through our lands later, care to join?” The circular driveway and porte-cochere entryway are also points in its favour, it our eyes.
As for functionality, the home offers 6 bedrooms and a whopping 8 bathrooms, spread across a sprawling 8,500 square feet or so of living space. And even though it’s almost a century old, the interior has been kept out to date over the decades. The outside, not so much, but we’re not going to trouble ourselves with that.
Plus, thanks to the open floor plan, hosting your royal friends and esteemed colleagues for afternoon tea is going to be a breeze. Heck, do one better and have a full garden party in the summer, sits the property offers just over an acre of land for you to enjoy. Maybe even build a little hedge maze, like the one at VanDusen.
Naturally, a home of this calibre has a price point reserved for landed gentry or titans of industry. At a cool $16,000,000, you’ll be needing some serious coin in the coffers to afford it!