Grade II Listed homes

Listed homes are architectural treasures, steeped in history bursting with rustic charm and period features. We are blessed to be surrounded by these century old properties, and even more so to be selling so many stunning homes with their own stories to tell…

The Old Rectory – Creeton

Built in circa 1750 with the Victorian front added in 1850 and further additions through the twentieth century, this Grade II listed former rectory is a substantial home. With most of the rooms spread over two floors, downstairs they boast character features such as high ceilings, working fireplaces, tall sash windows with internal shutters and window seats, stone and timber floors. With fibre-to-the-premises broadband, the comfortable office is well suited to working from home too. Read more

Long Barn – Rutland

Combining old with new, this is a spectacular Grade II listed stone barn conversion where the unison of a specialist team made up of the very best of their trades allowed the current owners to restore and extend the property. Now it offers a home that combines a wealth of period features and traditional details with the highest energy efficiency rating and modern fittings. Read more

Cheriton House – Thorney

Situated in the heart of the village overlooking the green, this Grade II listed home has all the grandeur that you would expect a village Rectory to have in 1728 to include large sash windows, period fireplaces and high ceilings. Read more

Mercia Lodge – Spalding

This is the perfect opportunity to put your own stamp on a double fronted Grade II listed Victorian townhouse. This home boasts all the high ceilings, original features and fireplaces you would want from a period home, with the added benefit of not having to live in a caravan onsite while you renovate. Mercia Lodge comes with the added advantage of a three bedroom detached cottage and garage, a great opportunity for a granny annex, care support or for rental once the main house is renovated. Continue to make history here following in the footsteps of several well-known local names who have resided here over the years. Read more

Stoneleigh – Geddington

Feature fireplaces and exposed stonework all add to the character of this handsome Grade II listed stone property. Its history lies with the Priory next door, with unusually high ceilings and large windows for a property from 1618. It is suspected that it was once the detached kitchens to the Priory, before becoming cottages and now the beautiful house that it is today. Read more

Whaplode House – Whaplode

This is a rural listed Georgian farmhouse split into two residences, with the five-bedroom property for sale being the more substantial part, which beautifully combines a Grade II listed home with 21st century living. Its dolls-house-esque appearance should not deceive you… If you are a lover of the modern interior who takes inspiration from high-fashion magazines, Pinterest and Instagram then this property will reassure you that you can have it all – history perfectly paired with fun, vibrant contemporary interiors. Skilfully decorated, this Listed home doesn’t hold back on quirky period features or style, offering the perfect foundations for modern family life with a home gym, office and easily maintained garden. Read more

Spotted something you like or looking to incorporate a little bit of history into your family home and want to explore the perfect Listed home for you? Get in touch with Jan or Ildi on 01780 750 200 to arrange a viewing, video tour or to chat through your requirements.  Alternatively, visit our website for more Grade II Listed homes, just like these!

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