Pretty impressive home, right?
Albeit a beautiful home, there’s more to this property than meets the eye. This four-bedroom mews house, based in Cheshire, was the bricks and mortar star of the popular BBC period drama, The Peaky Blinders. You may recognise the property as Tommy Shelby’s impressive home.
The period home was a real corner stone of the drama from series 3 onwards.
The vendor, James Wardhaugh, has lived in the property some 20 years and commented, “They shoot scenes right outside my living room window and sometimes I’m just a matter of yards away from the action. They usually film here for about a month at a time and the place is like its own little village.
“It’s really interesting and they’re happy for us to watch, so long as we don’t interfere. I remember they once had some kind of horse racing scene shot outside so there were loads of horses around in the courtyard,” added James, a retired engineering manager.
Unsurprisingly, the property is listed. Grade 2 and was built somewhere between 1832 and 1835 – way before The Peaky Blinders graced the cobblestones of Georgian Britain.
The property was listed by online estate agency, YOPA earlier this year. A link to the properties previous listing can be found here: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-80973743.html
Let’s bring things closer to home as we end today’s article, if you are a home owner here on The Fylde Coast and require an up to date assessment of your properties value then please do get in contact, by order, of Esme Properties (sorry, couldn’t resist).
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