Grade II Listed Building

  • Seafront Bandstand With Attached Colonnade

    Seafront Bandstand With Attached Colonnade

    This unique bandstand built in the 1930s is a popular seafront venue for concerts and events. This Grade II listed building with its Neo-Grec style, distinctive blue domed roof with silver spire, outdoor seating area and iconic status makes it a fantastic location for filming and photoshoots.

  • Ornate Seafront Bandstand

    Ornate Seafront Bandstand

    Beautiful and unique, the Bandstand is located on Brighton’s vibrant seafront. It was first opened in 1884, was restored to its original condition, and reopened in 2009. Designed by Phillip Lockwood a Brighton Borough Surveyor, The Bandstand is considered to be one of the finest examples of a Victorian bandstand still surviving in England today. A stunning…

  • Rustic Industrial Floor In Historic Building

    Rustic Industrial Floor In Historic Building

    Top floor of a Grade II listed Georgian building in Hastings Old Town. Very rustic and original in feel with bare floorboards, brick walls, fireplaces, high ceilings, original windows, and vaulted ceiling open to the eaves (about 2m to where the ceiling would be). Very light and airy with views of the sea. Approx 1,200…

  • Late 18th Century Country Manor House and Grounds

    Late 18th Century Country Manor House and Grounds

    Built in the late 18th century in the Greek Revival style, this large Grade I listed building is an architectural gem and family home set in beautiful parkland and enjoys wonderful views. This impressive house, with its air of grandness, history, woodlands and gardens is a great location for filming and photography.

  • 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…

  • Old Cinema

    Old Cinema

    A gorgeous, Grade II* listed Edwardian building opened in the early 20th century and lovingly restored to its former glory. The building, with its stunning interior, makes a fantastic location for filming and photography.

  • Grade II Listed Windmill

    Grade II Listed Windmill

    Built in 1802 and subsequently restored, this 3-storey windmill is located in a Local Nature Reserve and can be seen for miles around. This iconic landmark enjoys outstanding views of the beautiful surrounding countryside and out to sea, and is a stunning location for any production.

  • Shingle Beach and Seafront

    Shingle Beach and Seafront

    This gently sloping shingle and sand beach has a lot to offer for filmmakers – from the pier with its pavilion and colourful and imaginative stained glass window displays, 5 mile promenade, Ferris wheel, and Art Deco lido building, to the beach huts, low tide sand and rock pools, and fishing boats.

  • 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.

  • 1760s Grade II Listed Waterfront House

    1760s Grade II Listed Waterfront House

    1760’s House located on the waterfront in a beautiful historical village. With fantastic views, this period property would make a stunning filming location.