Listed homes will never go out of fashion, adored by those who love the idea of owning a piece of British history. They are often located in amazing locations and boast a host of stunning original features, so it’s no wonder so many people want to live in one. We often sell listed homes at Fine & Country, so we have put together a selection of some of our finest…
Grange Court – Carlby
An immaculately presented, Grade II listed stone barn conversion on the edge of the Lincolnshire village of Carlby. It sits in an idyllic setting discreetly hidden from view and arranged around a central courtyard which opens out onto gently sloping, South-facing landscaped gardens and a paddock with open countryside views beyond. The barn dates back to the 1800s and retains many original features including historic arches, quoining, original king post trusses and large rooms. It’s also been finished to a very high standard having been lovingly and sympathetically restored. Read more
Snake Hall – Moulton
Snake Hall is a beautiful Grade II listed, Georgian former farmhouse with five bedrooms and five reception rooms in the South Lincolnshire fens, surrounded by open fields. Standing on over 4.5 acres, it also provides a brick stable block with haybarn, garages, storeroom and workshop. Built circa 1795, this red brick house is typically Georgian with its symmetric façade. Inside, the house is airy and spacious with large windows, and rooms are very generous in size with high ceilings and lovely views over the garden, and the far reaching landscape from upstairs. Other original features include period fireplaces and sash windows. Read more
Mill House – Fleet
Mill House is an outstanding Grade II listed period property, and is an exemplary blend of the old and the new which offers a superb country lifestyle with equestrian facilities. It has recently been extended as well as undergoing a complete refurbishment, resulting in a stunning four bedroom, three bathroom home with further accommodation or a home office above the detached double garage. Read more
Chapel Lane – Barrowden
This home is a former post office, and is the most charming, Grade II listed stone house in the popular Rutland village of Barrowden. With four reception rooms and four bedrooms all set over three floors, and a delightful spacious, walled rear garden, this is a highly desirable property in a much sought after location. The main part of the house was built in 1823 and the brick post office added in the late 1880s. Inside, full of charm and character, the house is light and airy thanks to its many windows, in particular the sizeable sashes to the front. Other original features include a decorative, cast iron hob grate in the brick fireplace in the dining room, whilst the front reception room features a marble fireplace with an Art Nouveau grate with tiled surround and a parquet floor. There’s also a period fireplace in the second bedroom. Read more
The Village – Orton Longueville
The Village is a charming Grade II listed, Georgian former rectory dating back to the early 18th century, and sits in a secluded, quiet spot in the village of Orton Longueville. Original features include elegant well proportioned rooms set over three floors, Georgian sash windows, panelling and fireplaces. Read more
Stoneleigh – Priory Court
In the very heart of the attractive village of Geddington, just three miles from Kettering, stands a very handsome, Grade ll listed property in mellow yellow stone, originally part of the Priory next door. Dating back to 1618, the property has exceptionally high ceilings and large windows shedding a vast amount of light into all the rooms, which is very unusual for a building of such an age. The property offers comfortable accommodation whereas the outside area comprises an enclosed lawn garden and a gravelled walled garden (perfect place for summer barbecue). Read more
Find Out More?
For more information about these listed homes, or to be kept up to date on those we will be selling in the future, contact Jan or Ildi on 01780 750 200 or 01832 808 008.