Other Historic Buildings (in Historic)

  • Royal Pavilion Gardens

    Royal Pavilion Gardens

    The Royal Pavilion Garden is one of a few fully restored regency gardens in the country. The garden was restored following John Nash’s 1820s plans and conform as closely as possible to the original lists of plants supplied to George IV. Today, they are maintained under organic guidelines, using natural planting techniques and organic compost,…

  • 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…

  • Museum of Historic Buildings

    Museum of Historic Buildings

    Leading and award-winning museum of historic buildings covering 40 acres of land in the beautiful South Downs National Park. It includes over 50 historic buildings dating from 950AD to the 19th century, re-erected from their original sites in south east England, together with period gardens, traditional farm animals and a mill pond. There is also…

  • 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…

  • Beautiful Tudor Period Detached House

    Beautiful Tudor Period Detached House

    Stunning timber-framed period property located in the heart of the countryside and set in extensive grounds. The house, built in the 15th century as a giant hall, is typical of historic Wealden architecture found in the southeast of England. Additional rooms were added in Tudor times, with further extensions as recent as the 1920s. Features…

  • Victorian Four Storey Semi-Detached Villa

    Victorian Four Storey Semi-Detached Villa

    A Living Museum, this stunning Victorian four storey semi-detached villa is located in a popular seaside town. The style is ‘high Victorian’ of the 1880s, and the property is filled with with authentic 19th-century furnishings throughout.

  • Town Hall

    Town Hall

    This beautiful late 16th Century Tudor building is set in the heart of a historic market town. With its history and character, this is an attractive setting for filming and photoshoots and equally, the main hall can double as a village hall.

  • Beautiful University Building

    Beautiful University Building

    Beautiful old building with a definite Harry Potter feel! Set in pretty grounds, the building is used for education, with classrooms, offices, communal areas, flagstone flooring, stained glass windows, corridors, and a pretty gravel garden.

  • Elegant Grade II* Listed Town House

    Elegant Grade II* Listed Town House

    Grade II* listed early 19th century townhouse located in the heart of a popular historic city. The building has recently been in use as a large retail unit and will be undergoing refurbishment in the coming months. Features include beautiful stone and flint walls, high ceilings, parquet flooring, wooden staircase, chandeliers, and with a garden…

  • Historic Building

    Historic Building

    Historical priory building situated on a 16,500 acre estate in the heart of the South Downs National Park. Great location for rural, historical filming and photography.