Here's how much it would cost to buy the London homes from Netflix's Bridgerton today

With most of the capital currently stuck inside during lockdown number three, many have turned back to their TV screens, and no tv show has been more popular than Netflix's 'Bridgerton'.

Some viewers may have recognised one or two of the grand buildings featured in the hit period drama as one of Richmond's biggest attractions, or even a museum in Greenwich.

Released on Christmas Day, the steamy period drama features scandal, romance, drama and a number of stunning locations from across England, and those who have watched the show may be wondering if it may be time for an upgrade.

Chosen as the homes of royalty and the rest of high-end society in the 1800s in what is a high-budget regency drama, all the buildings and palaces are of course grand, decadent and very expensive looking.

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This begs the question, how much would it cost you to buy each of these homes if they were on the market today.

Mortgage experts from have pulled together an estimated list of prices, including values for the three featured homes located in London.

Firstly, we have the Ranger's House in Greenwich, south east London.

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In the show, the Ranger's House, a gorgeous Georgian villa, is the family residence of the title family, the Bridgertons.

The Grade I listed house backs directly onto Greenwich Park, and was once the official residence of the Ranger of the park by royal appointment, but today it is a museum, housing a world-class art collection.

And according to the experts, the beautiful estate would set you back £35,233,027. Worth it?

The monthly mortgage payments on such a purchase would likely be around £263,922, not to mention £4,141,713.

The house truly was the home to royalty and aristocrats and back in 1813, when the show was set, it belonged to King George III's elder sister Princer Augusta.

In the show, the exterior of the Ranger's House is shown covered with wisteria plants, featuring during several dramatic scenes.

If you were to visit today, Covid-19 allowing, visitors can explore Sir Julius Wernher's art collection.

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Over 700 works of art are displayed across a dozen panelled interiors, and include medieval sculptures, glittering enamels, ornate jewellery, Renaissance paintings including Madonna of the Pomegranate, Dutch Old Masters and French tapestries.

The most expensive London property to feature in the show, however, is Queen Charlotte's Residence.

Eagle-eyed viewers may have noticed this is actually Hampton Court Palace, which has been valued at a cool £473,096,481.

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Located in Richmond upon Thames, the palace really is fit for royalty, and comes complete with tennis courts, a kitchen large enough for 800 and its own ice rink in the winter.

The building is Grade I listed was build in 1515 for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, the chief minister of King Henry VIII.

Along with St James' Palace, it is one of only two surviving palaces out of the many the king owned. The palace is currently in the possession of Queen Elizabeth II and the Crown.

Also featured in the show is west London's Lancaster House, or in Bridgerton The Gentlemen's Club.

Also Grade I listed, this building costs just £67,066,159.

It has featured in Downton Abbey and The King's Speech, and is now managed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

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