19th Century

  • Picturesque Hay Barn

    Picturesque Hay Barn

    Picturesque hay barn built in the early 1800s with large lean-to located near ancient woodland, wild hedgerows and a 16th century church. Neighbouring fields also available to hire. Private land with access from an A road.

  • Riverside Barn, Stables And Boathouse

    Riverside Barn, Stables And Boathouse

    A secluded hay barn built in the early 1800s next to The River Rother. The barn can be hired in conjunction with the adjacent stables once used for shire horses to tow river barges as well as a third storage building/boat house. The barns are surrounded by 150 acres of river meadow. Exclusive access via…

  • 19th Century Working Flour Mill

    19th Century Working Flour Mill

    Beautiful and fully restored operative 19th Century 4 sweep post mill, originally for corn, now flour. The windmill is surrounded by rolling countryside and enjoys stunning views. A fantastic location for rural filming and photoshoots.

  • Beachfront House and Gardens

    Beachfront House and Gardens

    This beachfront 19th century, Grade II listed Regency building is located in a popular seaside town and has lovely grounds open to the public. Within the grounds are beach sand courts used for volleyball, table tennis tables, and a playground area with sand, swings, a roundabout and a themed play ship. This beachside open space…

  • 19th Century Jail Venue

    19th Century Jail Venue

    This spooky jailhouse was built in 1836 and is situated at the end of a secret, hidden passageway in an historic market town. Known as both a hotspot for ghost tours as well as a live music/comedy/theatre venue, this is a truly unique location for filming and photography.

  • Ornate Seafront Bandstand

    Ornate Seafront Bandstand

    An ornate architecture originally built in 1884 and restored in 2009, this beautiful bandstand sits at a seaside location of a bustling and popular coastal city. A stunning setting for filming or photoshoots.

  • Swing Bridge

    Swing Bridge

    Built in 1880, this restored, historic 27-tonne cast iron swing bridge crosses the River Ouse and is a Grade II listed structure open to pedestrians and cyclists. Located in a rural setting with beautiful downland scenery around it, this is a great backdrop for filming and photography.

  • Coastal Defence Fort

    Coastal Defence Fort

    Built in the mid 19th century as a coastal defence redoubt, this fort has a diverse history. It sits at the entrance to a harbour overlooking the river and is a dramatic location for historic filming and photography.

  • Historic Wooded Park and Gatehouse

    Historic Wooded Park and Gatehouse

    Located in the heart of a seaside town, this historic wooded park is a lovely place to film, with its gated entrance, large open spaces and the beautiful adjacent Regency terrace properties.

  • Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Traditional English pier that stretches for approximately 300 metres out into the sea. Features include a fish and chip shop, Victorian tearooms, café/bar, nightclub, picnic tables and fishing spots. A fine example of a Victorian pier, this iconic landmark, with its panoramic views, is a superb seafront location for filming and photography.