Listed buildings are some of Britain’s prettiest homes. They range from cute country cottages to historic houses in faraway places. We have tracked down the best Grade II Listed properties for sale. Prices start from £280,000 to £1,500,000 but they all make the grade.
This home offers a wealth of character and is beautifully presented throughout. It boasts five bedrooms, three large reception rooms and a large well-fitted kitchen breakfast room.
Charming detached Grade II Listed farmhouse with superb gardens and outbuildings located in an idyllic location close to the village church and backing onto established farm land. The property has four bedrooms.
This delightful Grade II Listed property has five bedrooms with two en-suites, a games room, conservatory and lovely gardens.
Kingston Hall is a fine Grade II Listed mansion that has been carefully subdivided thus creating an opportunity to own what was previously reserved for aristocracy. It has a total of six bedrooms.
A unique Grade II Listed dwelling situated on the edge of the conservation village, with versatile open plan living, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, gardens and open countryside view.
Grade II Listed Georgian Manor house standing in gardens and grounds. The property has seven bedrooms.
Three bedroom detected individual and captivating cottage in Gloucestershire village built in the 17th Century. This detached Grade II Listed cottage is quaint and quirky with unique features around every corner.
Early nineteenth century Grade II Listed detached house with symmetrical front. The property has three bedrooms, with master suite, five reception rooms and a detached two bedroom, two reception room annexe, and lovely gardens largely laid to lawn.
Significant residence in Grade II Listed manor house, set within parkland. With its distinctive architecture, impressive facade and idyllic setting, 5 Meryton House is a magnificent property with an interesting history.
Grade II Listed Georgian Manor. Located in a wonderful setting within about 22 acres of beautiful parkland, Aldingbourne House dates back to the late 18th / early 19th Century. The property has three bedrooms.
An historic Grade II Listed manor house enjoying superb country views and a wealth of features including flagstone floors, wall panelling, inglenook and stone fireplaces and formal gardens.
Grade II Listed family home in a rural yet accessible setting. It has stunning gardens and paddocks.
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