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  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Elegant Victorian House

    Elegant Victorian House

    This beguiling Victorian location house has something for everyone, from fairground fairy tale to beautifully faded French chateau. This historic property nestled in the heart of the South Downs has been designed specifically for photographic stills and film and has amazing props and original features throughout. The as yet un-renovated parts of the house are…

  • 19th Century Terraced House

    19th Century Terraced House

    A former railwayman’s 2 bedroomed house built in 1865 for the building of the London to Brighton railway line, this property has been finished to a high standard and is set in a desirable area of a popular coastal city. Features include an open plan living/dining area, galley kitchen, modern bath and freestanding shower, wooden…

  • A Contemporary House

    A Contemporary House

    Superb and spacious contemporary designed home nestled between the foot of the South Downs and Amberley Wild Brooks an 800 acre flood plane and nature reserve. Features of the property include a floating terrace, floor to ceiling windows, wood burning hot tub and a yoga platform. With its stylish interior and breathtaking 360 degree views…

  • 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…

  • Beach House With Pool

    Beach House With Pool

    Art Deco style contemporary beach home with outdoor pool and garden leading onto beach and large driveway. A fantastic beachside location for filming and photoshoots.

  • Historic House and Museum

    Historic House and Museum

    Located in the heart of a beautiful, historic town, this house dates back to the mid-19th century, with remodelling in later centuries. Home to fine archaeological and art collections, this grand old house, with its galleries, library and central location make it a great choice for historical filming and photography.

  • Vintage Railway Station

    Vintage Railway Station

    Built in 1892, this former railway station turned BandB has accommodation in lovingly converted Edwardian Pullman train carriages and in the main Station House, this is a unique and charming place to stay. The colonial style of the main house, the abundance of character and the rural location make it a fantastic location for filming…

  • Georgian Farmhouse

    Georgian Farmhouse

    Traditional Georgian farmhouse and listed building located in the Eastbourne area. Features include a large bay window, lots of natural light, wood flooring, patio area, spacious corridor, fireplace, and gardens to front and rear. A lovely location for filming and photography.