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Inside the incredible Bridgerton-style mansion with an enchanting garden and lake near Greater Manchester

Bridgerton fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of the third season of the hit Netflix series - and the first four episode have now been released today (May 16). Based on Julia Quinn's bestselling romance books, the period drama follows London’s high society through ‘the season’ - an annual period where elite families find suiters for their children to marry.

Set to be watched by tens of millions of viewers, the new release will see a new crop of debutantes yearn to become the brightest of the ball, whilst wallflower Penelope Featherington - who leads a double life as the town's anonymous gossip writer Lady Whistledown - pursues a will-they-won’t-they romance with Colin Bridgerton.

Amongst the love, friendships, secrets and scandals, it's hard to ignore the stunning stately homes, countryside castles and royal palaces that 'the tons' richest residents reside in. To mark the release of the third season, we've found a Bridgerton-style property that's on the market not far from Greater Manchester, which evokes the exact Regency elegance that the show is known for.

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On the market for a jaw-dropping £11.4 million is Dorfold Hall - an outstanding 10-bed residence which has been beautifully restored by its current owners to seamlessly blend modern living with historic architecture.

Being sold by Savills, the incredible mansion is nestled in a secluded corner of Cheshire in Nantwich, and comes complete with an entire estate which boasts the manor house, breathtaking Victorian gardens, a lake, a tennis court, extensive farmland and a large-scale event space - which has been used as a venue for weddings and

Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk