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  • 18th Century Gatehouses

    18th Century Gatehouses

    Built in 1755 by the architect Matthew Brettingham, the gatehouses originally marked the entrance to a bridleway that crossed the Shimmings Valley, taking the rider to the market town of Petworth. Sweeping views of the South Downs and the town of Petworth. Adjacent fields and woodland are also available. Exclusive access from a private road…

  • Tudor Mansion

    Tudor Mansion

    A beautiful T-shaped Tudor priory house with parts dating back to 1229, set on an island surrounded by a medieval moat in the Cuckmere Valley. Features include stunning grounds, restored water mill, oak beam Grade II listed Elizabethan Great Barn, 14th century gatehouse, attic, wood and parquet flooring, stone fireplace, wall panelling, exposed beams and…

  • Beautiful Georgian Mansion

    Beautiful Georgian Mansion

  • Former Chapel

    Former Chapel

    Reprographics unit located in a former chapel building. Features include a high vaulted ceiling, natural light, shelving, reception area with parquet flooring, and arched windows and doorways.

  • Grade II Listed Mansion House

    Grade II Listed Mansion House

  • 12th Century Church With Norman Carvings

    12th Century Church With Norman Carvings

    The entrance to this 12th century flint church looks like something out of a medieval fantasy – three rows of Norman carvings arch over a thick wooden door set with ornamental hinge straps. Inside, creatures unlike anything found in nature peer down from the chancel arch. They are called ‘beakheads’ – boggle-eyed monsters with beaks,…

  • Early 19th Century Georgian Chapel

    Early 19th Century Georgian Chapel

    Built in 1812, the delightfully elegant design of this chapel reflects the importance the evangelical movement placed on sermons and scripture reading rather than communion. Unusually, it was not built as a parish church, but was privately funded and then run by trustees of the evangelical movement of the Church of England. Ministers were largely…

  • Apartment With Harbour and Sea Views

    Apartment With Harbour and Sea Views

    Modern apartment located in a marina with spectacular views across the harbour and out to sea. The property comprises 2 bedrooms (sleeps 4), open-plan lounge/dining room, kitchen, bathroom, ensuite, balcony, and an allocated parking space. A great location for coastal filming or for crew to stay during production.

  • Stylish Loft Apartment

    Stylish Loft Apartment

    Stylish loft conversion situated on the 3rd (top) floor of a period property in a buzzing creative quarter of a seaside town. The property comprises 1 bedroom with a king sized bed, bathroom, open-plan lounge/dining/kitchen area, and a bathroom, and features include a feature arch window and great views. A great location for filming or…

  • Gothic Victorian Building

    Gothic Victorian Building

    This Grade II listed building was built in 1862 and was formerly a library. With its history, Gothic architecture, glass dome ceiling, Fleur de Lis iron railings, theatre feel and many other original features, this is a fantastic location for historic filming and photography.