Grade I Listed Building

  • Beautiful 14th Century Church

    Beautiful 14th Century Church

    14th century Grade I listed parish church built of flint and local stone located in a beautiful, historic market town on the edge of the South Downs National Park. The church retains many features of some importance including the font, the remarkable stone pulpit, stunning stained glass windows, a rare medieval iron screen, consecration crosses,…

  • Grade I Listed Gatehouse

    Grade I Listed Gatehouse

    14th century gatehouse to a beautiful Tudor house. At around 50 feet high, the building is comprised of 4 storeys including a cellar. It is connected to the other side of the moat by a Grade I listed 16th century stone bridge. A great location for filming and photography.

  • Grade I Listed Saxon Church

    Grade I Listed Saxon Church

    This church is of charming flint construction and stands on a slight rise above a river. Today with just a house or two for company it is hard to imagine that 700 years ago it was at the heart of a bustling port and crossing place of the river. As the river changed course and…

  • Charming Grade I Listed Medieval Church

    Charming Grade I Listed Medieval Church

    This Grade I listed medieval church is situated in a rural hamlet in the West Sussex countryside. It is a simple building dating to the 12th century, with a deep sweeping roof and a dainty bell cote. Most furnishings and fittings date to the mid-19th century and comprise a largely complete early ecclesiological seating scheme…

  • 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…

  • Early English Baroque Country House

    Early English Baroque Country House

    Early English baroque (1630s) Grade I listed country house set in around 8 very private acres. Features include Baroque façade, 4 self-contained bedroom suites, butler’s suite, a recently renovated Great Room, formal Hall Room, oak staircase, cellars, formal gardens, 2 orangeries, courtyard, garages, self-contained 1 bedroom cottage, workshops, heated outdoor swimming pool, and views over…

  • Grade II Listed Parkland and Gardens

    Grade II Listed Parkland and Gardens

    Set in an area of the High Weald, these gardens and woodland are a part of the remains of a late 18th century landscaped park and tree plantation spanning nearly 200 acres. Features include formal terraces, terrace gardens, ornamental gardens, gravel paths, specimen trees, shrubberies, Yew garden, stone fountain, sundial, Italian garden, stream, water gardens…