Where are the homes in ‘Bridgeton’ located in real life?

Where are the homes in ‘Bridgeton’ located in real life?

Set in the Regency era in England, ‘Bridgeton’ is a show on Netflix that has gotten so many people talking and glued to their screens.

One major part that catches and captivates the attention of the audience is the beautiful houses. These houses play a major part to help set this series in the 1800s along with the costumes. Watching through the series it can be hard to believe that these places are real. But they are indeed and are all located within the United Kingdom itself.

Let’s take a look into the Bridgeton houses now.

The Bridgerton House

The momentous ivy and wisteria filled brick house is the essence of ‘Bridgeton’ itself. Within its walls homes the Bridgeton family themselves. With tall ceilings, accents of white and vintage skirting around the rooftop, and a beautiful rose garden in the back, this house is made for the cameras.

This building was actually built in 1723 and is now currently a museum and can be found in South East London beside Greenwich Park.

Aubrey Hall, the Bridgerton country house

As the second season begins with new plots and storylines unfolding we are also introduced to the Bridgeton’s country home – Aubrey Hall.

Huge is an understatement for the sheer size that this property actually is. Simple landscaping and the building wrapped with vines have caught the attention (and hearts) of the audience, as well as many filmmakers.

Just to name some of the films that this property has appeared on

  • Kingsman
  • Bridget Jones’s Diary
  • Jane Eyre
  • Great Expectations
  • Downton Abbey
  • The Crown

This house was built in 1754 and takes up 10 square kilometres of land. Located near the M25 motorway this property is now one of London’s largest private properties.

Lady Danbury’s house

Another new house appearance in season 2 of ‘Bridgeton’ is Lady Danbury’s house which looks too good to be true.

Whitestone bricks make up the walls with tall windows allowing natural sunlight to dance in. The colour palette of this house is the core of the vintage aesthetic with creme, white and green surroundings. This property is where our leading ladies, the Sharma sisters, Kate and Edwina reside.

Much like the Bridgeton home this property is a museum as well. It is called Holburne Museum and is within the Sydney Pleasure Gardens near the end of Great Pulteney Street in Bath, Somerset, England.

Which property was your favourite that’s featured in Bridgeton?

Ours is all of them!