BBC Peaky Blinders: How much properties from the hit series would cost you to buy today

A new season of Peaky Blinders is in full swing, and sadly its viewers’ last chance to see Tommy Shelby in action. The much-loved period drama is sadly coming to a close with series 6 marking the end of an era.

Starting back in 2013, the BBC program has played out over six enticing series following the gangster life of the Shelby family in 1920s and 30s. The show is set in the Small Heath area of ​​Birmingham, although in recent years filming has taken place across Manchester, Cheshire and Liverpool.

Fans of the show will recognize some of the period properties that feature throughout the series, from Aunt Polly’s house to the Garrison pub. Research by estate agent Barrows and Forrester has valued these fictional properties to let viewers’ know how much they’d be likely to cost if they were on the market today.

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The original Shelby home

Powis Street, Liverpool, played Watery Lane where the Shelby’s first family home was

The first Shelby home seen in series one of Peaky Blinders is a terraced house set in Small Heath, Birmingham.

Although for aesthetic purposes it was filmed on a derelict estate in Liverpool, today a modest family terraced house like this in Small Heath would cost buyers around £191,769.

Aunty Polly’s house

Helen McCrory as Aunt Polly Gray
Aunt Polly Gray played by the late Helen McCrory

Played by the late Helen McCrory, beloved Aunt Polly moved to a detached Tudor-style property in season three.

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Set in Sutton Coldfield just outside Birmingham, the impressive property with its stunning period features would today be valued at £506,240.

Tommy Shelby’s mansion

Arley Hall, Warrington
Arley Hall is the set used for Tommy’s mansion

As the money starts rolling in, Tommy moves out of Small Heath and into an enormous country manor.

The 19th Century stately home is actually Arley Hall and Gardens in Cheshire, which has an estimated value of £1.45 million according to Barrows and Forrester.

Alfie Solomons’ home

Tom Hardy plays Alfie Solomons

The mysterious and frankly terrifying Alfie Solomons is one of the most popular characters in the show and rival-turned-friend of Tommy Shelby.

Operating out of Camden Town, if you were to buy a converted warehouse space in today’s market you can expect to pay an around £1.4 million.

May Carleton’s house

Chatsworth House in the Peak District

Tommy hires aristocratic horse-trainer May Carleton to help train the Shelby race horse. She lives in her late-husband’s mansion, which is actually Chatsworth House in the Peak District. The value of Chatsworth is estimated to be a whopping £27.5 million.

Darby Sabini’s Club

Alfie Solomons and Darby Sabini meet in the Peaky Blinders TV show.
Darby Sabini in Peaky Blinders

Darby Sabini is a British Italian gang leader from London who runs a jazz bar called The Eden Club. Located in Eden Street, near London’s Euston Station, the estimated value of the property today is £4.1 million.

The Garrison

Inside new Garrison pub in Peaky Blinders

The Shelby pub, the Garrison, is the setting for some of the show’s most tense scenes. Situated on Garrison Lane in Birmingham, Barrows and Forrester estimated its modern day value to be £909,645.

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The next episode of Peaky Blinders airs tonight (Sunday, April 3) at 9pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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