15th Century

  • Magnificent Grade I Listed Building

    Magnificent Grade I Listed Building

    Magnificent Grade I listed building dating back to the 15th century. The original part of the house has a wonderful stone tower of three storeys with trefoil windows and a south wing of two storeys under a tiled roof. The east wing is believed to date from the 16th to 17th centuries and the north…

  • Medieval Village

    Medieval Village

    A beautiful little rural village with lots to do and popular with tourists. This medieval village is located near the eastern end of the South Downs Way in the valley of the River Cuckmere, is steeped in history, is full of character and enjoys stunning views across the countryside – a great location for filmmakers!

  • Pretty Sailing Village

    Pretty Sailing Village

    Famed for its sailing, the picturesque village sits on the Eastern shoreline of a popular harbour. It is the perfect base from which to discover more of the harbour, with the tiny ferry connecting a local village for endless walking and cycling possibilities. Its different architectural styles, water sports, wildlife, open spaces and incredible views…

  • Country Estate With Lakes

    Country Estate With Lakes

    A fine Grade II listed English country house set in 220 acres of stunning parkland in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The estate boasts 3 lakes, an 18th century orangery, Grade II* listed gardens and 15th century cellars. With its stunning rural surroundings, this is a great place for countryside filming and…

  • 50 Acre Park

    50 Acre Park

    A beautiful 50 acre Green Flag park with a golf course, lake, café, bouldering wall, playground, forest, outdoor gym, parking, 15th century pub, manor house and toilet block. A versatile location for recreational filming.

  • Medieval House

    Medieval House

    15th century timber framed Wealden hall house located in an historic town in the South Downs National Park. Features include authentically furnished rooms, wooden flooring, exposed timber beams, tile roof and a traditional planted Tudor garden. A stunning location for period filming and photography. Check out this virtual walk around: https://3dmediasolutions.co.uk/portfolio-items/anne-of-cleves-house/