‘Wow factor’ Gothic Devon mansion could be straight out of Bridgerton

‘Wow factor’ Gothic Devon mansion could be straight out of Bridgerton

Calling period drama fans. This stunning 14-bedroom property (yes, you read that right) could be straight out of Bridgerton. It features everything you could wish for in a period property – chandeliers, a sweeping staircase, stained glass windows, magnificent archways – and no shortage of wow factor. And if you’ve got a million quid to splurge (well, £999,950 to be precise but what’s a few pounds between estate agents) it could be all yours.

Westwell Hall is a Grade II listed Victorian mansion that sits 250 feet above Ilfracombe. Set into the hillside, it’s sequestered away behind grand white iron gates and is surrounded by landscaped gardens. Boasting panoramic views from Exmoor to the sea, it also comes with direct access to the South West Coast Path.

Inside, period features sit comfortably alongside stylish fittings and unique decor. Think: former gentleman’s residence meets interior design magazine. And if wallpaper’s your thing, look no further. There are patterns and prints galore.

Each of the 14 bedrooms has its own distinctive style – as does the rest of the property. The eclectic mix of rooms ranges from sophisticated to eye-popping, plush to contemporary, including a modern kitchen boasting sleek black and gold units. And if you don’t fancy going out, the property comes with a fully-equipped bar. Drinks at yours, then.

Westwell Hall is ideally suited for a multi-generational family home, and could also provide a fantastic business opportunity. It’s on the market with exp.uk for a guide price of £999,950. Independent estate agent, Daisy Layland, said: “It is a pure honour to list and showcase Westwell Hall. The property has so much charm and elegance. The stained glass windows of the birds has to be my favourite feature, I have never seen such wonderful stained glass in any other property. Not to mention the breathtaking coastal views.”

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