Binge-watched season two of Bridgerton but still craving more?
Vancouver is home to plenty of luxury estates, from modern homes to spacious mansions. If Kate Sharma lived in Vancouver, she'd definitely live in one of these Regency and Tudor mansions.
A Tudor Revival mansion for your Bridgerton dreams, complete with a carved oak grand staircase and attached coach house. Plus, the back patio comes with a beautiful rose pergola connecting to a lovely tea house at the end of the brick pathway, in case you need to throw an impromptu tea party.
Sitting pretty on a tree-lined street, this New England Colonial Revival home has a grand foyer with an elegant staircase, perfect for a dramatic entrance. Tucked away in the property is a private sunken garden, for Bridgerton-themed picnics.
With manicured shrubs adorning the front yard, this home has a luxurious bathroom to match the crystal chandeliers and vaulted ceilings. Plus, a custom wine cellar.
This elegant mansion was originally built in 1923 (restored in 1997) and is a Bridgerton dream house. With regency accents in every room, the mansion has gardens, walkways, fountains and a pond. All that's missing is a proper regency-inspired ensemble.
Chandeliers, marble tiles, and golden faucets– this posh British Tudor Mansion has a double-height foyer entrance and cross-hall living. Doesn't hurt to daydream, right?