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Since 1950, buildings of special architectural or historic interest as identified and protected by English Heritage in England, Cadw (which means ‘Keep’ in Welsh) in Wales, Historic Scotland in Scotland and the Ulster architectural Society in Northern Ireland. In Scotland and Northern Ireland Grades I, II* and II are replaced by Grades A, B and C. These historic buildings are a precious and finite asset of our heritage and culture, and play an influential part in our sense of national and regional identity. Grade II are of special interest, warranting every effort to preserve them (Grade I buildings are of exceptional interest and Grade II* listed properties are particularly important buildings of more than special interest).



Your opportunity to give the oldest house in Dollar a new lease of life
16th June 2014
old schoolhouse for sale
Old School House, East Burnside, Dollar, FK14 7AT
Offers over £150,000
Dollar House
Dating back to around 1640 and believed to be the oldest building in the Stirlingshire town of Dollar, The old Schoolhouse is a spacious, detached stone built building with a pitched pantile roof. This Category B listed, two storey building has a prominent position next to the Parish Church hall and is currently in use as a meeting hall. It could also be used as a crèche, day nursery, day centre, educational establishment, museum or public library without the necessity of obtaining planning permission for change of use but if you do want to give this unique building a completely new lease of life and begin a new chapter in its history, it may also be suitable for redevelopment for residential use (stpp). more

A fairytale gate house on the banks of the River Clyde
19th May 2014
lodge house for sale
West Lodge, Rosebank, Lanarkshire, ML8
Offers in the region of £375,000
Mill Conversion In Halifax
The gothic style listed property was built in 1861 as a gatehouse to Mauldslie Castle and has many interesting features including crow steps, parapet and a viewing tower. It is built beside a fine freestone bridge which spans the River Clyde and is one of the areas most admired and recognised properties. Full of character inside and out, the accommodation comprises of a lounge with multi fuel stove, study, dining room, fitted kitchen, three bedrooms, large bathroom, sauna and shower room. The property is located between the hamlets of Dalserf and Rosebank and the lucky owner will also have fishing rights on the river. more

A castle with rooms with views
14th April 2014
castle for sale
Dunselma Castle, High Road, Strone, Argyll and Bute, PA23 8RU
POA
Dunselma Castle For Sale
Built in 1885-1886, as a sailing lodge for wealthy 19th century industrialist, James Coates, Dunselma is deliberately prominent to flaunt the conspicuous wealth of its owner. Standing above Strone point, it also enjoys fantastic views of Loch Long, the Holy Loch and the Firth of Clyde. This A-listed building has two principal elevations and a square-plan tower at its centre. There are ten bedrooms in all, numerous reception rooms and a four room cellar. The building boasts a wealth of Baronial features both inside and out - of particular note inside, are the mosaic floor, stained glass windows by J.J. Keir, timber panelled rooms and the stunning main stairway. A large garden surrounds the house with the property approached by two access driveways. Prospective purchasers will also have the option to purchase 30 additional acres and land zoned for housing with 11 plots. A remarkable and extravagant piece of Scottish history! more

A fairytale thatched cottage in Cornwall
24th March 2014
thatched cottage for sale
Gweek, Gweek Drive, Near Helston, Cornwall, TR12 6UD
Offers around £295,000

Helston Thatched Cottage
This idyllic Grade II listed, thatched cottage near Helston, in the far south west of Cornwall is picture perfect. Built in the 18th century as a lodge house, it's been exquisitely restored, to create a two bedroomed home of great charm. The property is detached and boasts a circular kitchen, exposed beams and oodles of character. Outside there's a pretty cottage garden, a wild woodland garden and private off road parking. more

A B-listed Baronial mansion surrounded by world renowned Achamore Gardens
9th of December 2013
mansion for sale
Achamore House, Isle of Gigha, PA41 7AD
Offers over £900,000
Gigha Mansion House For Sale
The island of Gigha has a milder drier climate the rest of the West of Scotland and is famed for being owned by the resident community who bought it in 2002. The island was bought in 1865 by James Williams Scarlett, whose son built the present day Category B listed mansion. Achamore House has a Scots Baronial exterior, but following a fire in 1900 and an almost complete rebuild, the interior is a fine example of the Arts and Crafts movement. It is probable that Rennie Mackintosh himself worked on the house, and he's not the only famous visitor as both the Queen and Queen Mother have visited too. This 14 bedroom property has been extensively refurbished and the current owners have established a B&B business with 12 letting rooms. Set on an elevated site, it has private gardens of around two acres and has breathtaking views over the Sound of Gigha and the world famous Achamore Gardens, developed by another former owner, Sir James Horlick. more


A lighthouse keepers house and cottage with views over the Irish Sea
14th October 2013
lightkeepers house and cottage for sale
Killantringan Light Keepers House, Portpatrick, Dumfries and Galloway, DG9 8TW
Offers over £485,000
Lighthouse Keepers House For  Sale Portpatrick
Category B listed Killantringan Lighthouse is four miles from the village of Portpatrick and was in operation from 1900 until decommissioned in January 2007. The property for sale comprises of a lightkeepers cottage and lightkeepers house, both of which are let as self-catering holiday accommodation by the current owners. Perched high on the cliff in approximately three acres of land, the two storey lightkeepers house has six bedrooms downstairs with the living areas on the first floor to maximise the fabulous views of the dramatic coastline and out over the Irish Sea. To the side of the house is the cottage, a detached, single storey property with three bedrooms. Located at the south western tip of Scotland, the area also benefits from a pleasant climate as a result of the Gulf Stream. more

Get castaway on a Lake District island
23rd of September 2013
island in the Lake District for long term lease
Derwent Island, Derwent Water, Cumbria
Price (lease) £40,000 per year

House On An Island For Sale
Here's a great opportunity to live in one of the National Trust's most unique properties as the lease has just become available. Derwent Island is a beautiful, heart shaped, seven acre retreat, set 150 yards from the Derwent Lake shoreline and just half a mile from the busy town of Keswick. Hidden amongst the woodland is an elegant Grade II listed Italianate style house built by Joseph Pocklington in the 18th century. Two motorboat launches are included for the five minute trip to the mainland as is a quad bike to get around the isle. On the mainland in the lakeside village of Portinscale, a dry dock boathouse and large garage for a car is also thrown in. The successful tenants will be shown how to look after all the important antiques, art works and furniture and will have to open up the property to visitors for five days of the year. The other 360 days they can enjoy the peace! more

A former mill with listed buildings
16th of September 2013
former mill for sale
Hewsons Lane, Barton Upon Humber, North Lincolnshire, DN18 5BL
Starting bid £140,000

Barton Mill For Sale
The former corn mill on Hewson's Lane was built around 1813 for Cook and Sutton and this eight storey tower, attached listed cottage and ancillary buildings offers a unique opportunity to acquire a potential development site in an increasingly popular residential area of Barton upon Humber. There is a design concept in place for a courtyard development of eight houses, but at present there is no planning permission as there are many options with this site. Purchasers will be responsible for obtaining the necessary consent suited to their needs.The site is accessed off Hewsons Lane which in turn leads to Waterside Road opposite the supermarket and close to the Humber Bridge viewing area. more

A converted boathouse on the Holy Loch
12th of August 2013
boathouse conversion for sale
The Boathouse, Shore Road, Strone, Argyll, PA23 8BD
Offers in excess of £245,000

Converted Boathouse In Strone For Sale
Built in 1885-1886, 'The Boathouse' was part of the Dunselma estate owned by James Coats, a wealthy 19th century industrialist who was an avid yachtsman and was president of the Royal Clyde Yacht Club. This C-listed building boasts quality nautical-themed stonework with crow-stepped gables and has fantastic views of Loch Long, the Holy Loch and the Firth of Clyde. Set in three quarters of an acre of fully enclosed land, it has been converted to create a beautiful and unique three bedroom detached property boasting many of the original features and would be ideal as a family, retirement or holiday home. more

Live in a local landmark
15th of July 2013
converted water tower for sale
The Water Tower, Knoll Road, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 2EJ
Guide price £1,350,000

Water Tower For Sale Godalming
This castellated Grade II listed water tower has been a local landmark since it was built in 1880. It was imaginatively converted to a high specification by the existing owners in the late 1980's who also added a Scandia Hus extension at the same time. Set over four floors the versatile accommodation, includes adaptable semi-open plan reception areas, triple aspect sitting room, family room, a large first floor balcony (accessed from both the sitting and family rooms), dining room, two studies, library, kitchen/breakfast room, a beautifully proportioned principal bedroom suite with "Japanese style" en suite bathroom, two / three further bedrooms and two family shower rooms (one with sauna). more

The house where Christopher Robin used to play
17th June 2013
listed house with literary and rock connection for sale
Crotchford Farm, Cotchford Lane, Hartfield, East Sussex, TN7 4DN
Guide price £2,000,000

AA Milne's House
Grade II listed Crotchford Farm is a delightful 16th century farmhouse nestled in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of Hartfield village and has not one but two claims to fame. It was once the home of children’s author A.A Milne (the property formed the backdrop of the tales of his son Christopher Robin, Pooh bear and all his friends) and it was also once owned by Rolling Stone, Brian Jones who lived here until his death in 1969. Inside this six bedroomed house is full of character with an abundance of exposed timbers and beams. Outside, it's set in ten acres of grounds with mature, landscaped gardens, a heated swimming pool and a number of outbuildings and there's plenty evidence of the world famous children classic stories. There's a sundial with all of the Pooh characters, a lovely statue of Christopher Robin and if you follow the stream that runs along the southern wooded boundary you'll find 'Pooh Sticks Bridge' - perfect for anyone interested in recreating the idyllic pooh sticks pastime. more

A martello tower with unrivalled views of the English Channel
10th June 2013
martello tower for sale
The Warren, Wear Bay Road, Folkestone, CT19
Guide price £500,000

Martello Tower Folkestone
Martello towers were built during the Napoleonic Wars (between 1804 and 1812) as coastal defences against threat of foreign invasion and of the 103 towers built, only 45 remain, many of which are in ruins. This Grade II listed Martello Tower, located in Folkestone, is one of the few that have been converted with the majority of renovation work completed giving the new purchasers the opportunity to finish the internal renovation to their own style and specification. The three bedroom property is arranged over four floors and on the top floor there's an open plan lounge area with panoramic 360 degree views across the English Channel (France is visible in clear weather). It is set in a good sized plot which boasts an underground garage / workshop which could have a number of uses. All in all, a unique building, a unique opportunity and a unique location. more

A sea view mansion in an area with a great micro-climate
27th of May 2013
mansion for sale
Chapel Rossan, Ardwell, Stranraer, Dumfries and Galloway, DG9 9NA
Offers over £575,000
Stranraer Sea View House
Category B-listed Chapel Rossan dates to circa 1848 and is so called as in the period 600-1100 AD it is believed a small chapel once stood on the site. Its position, set adjacent to the beach and Luce Bay, is possibly the finest in the Rhins peninsula of Galloway and the 3.9 acres of mature, well stocked gardens benefit from the favourable micro-climate created by the Gulf Stream. The six bedroomed house boasts a number of unusual features including cylindrical chimneys, pointed-arched Y-traceried windows and studded door to the front elevation. It has been well maintained and has flexible accommodation with the possibility of creating a self contained three bedroom apartment. This rural and unspoilt area, is keeping up with the times though - anyone looking to work from home will be interested to know that it benefits from high speed BT broadband connection, with download speeds often averaging 6 to 7.5 Mbps! more

A folly that's anything but!
20th of May 2013
castle for sale
Wyke Castle, 1 Pirates Lane, Wyke Regis, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 9GL
Offers over £500,000
Castle Folly In Dorset
Wyke Castle is a Grade II listed folly, built around 1855 on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. Set at the top of the wonderfully names Pirates Lane, the property has fabulous 360 degree panoramic views with stunning vistas of the Fleet, Portland Harbour, Weymouth and beyond along the Jurassic coastline. Wyke Castle has been sympathetically and tastefully modernised to a very high standard, whilst retaining its character. The accommodation is spacious and includes: an entrance vestibule, beamed hallway, circular sitting room, dining room, circular master bedroom with feature glass ceiling, three further double bedrooms, circular cellar (dungeon) with fresh water well, modern fitted kitchen, two bath / shower rooms and separate annexe with bedroom / lounge / kitchenette and shower room. There's also a double garage, off road parking, gardens and a large patio area. Having a property with such character and with such an incredible outlook can never be described as a folly! more

A medieval manor house
29th of April 2013
manor house for sale
Stanhope Old Hall, Stanhope, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, DL13 2PF
Guide price £895,000
Manor House In Stanhope
Grade II* listed, Stanhope Old Hall is a medieval manor house with origins reputedly dating back to 1139. Set over four floors, this former hunting lodge for the Bishops of Durham has been sympathetically renovated to an extremely high standard and the mullioned windows, flagstone floors, heavily beamed ceilings and impressive inglenook fireplaces, make it an extremely characterful property. With ten spacious bedrooms (seven with en suites), it has potential for commercial use - it has been operated in the past as a hotel. Stanhope Old Hall is set in large, principally walled, gardens with ample parking and benefits from good road and rail links nearby. more

A roundhouse on the banks of the canal
15th of April 2013
circular house for sale
The Round House, Chalford, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL4
Guide price £350,000

Round House Stroud

This unique Grade II Listed Round House is one of five such houses, built in the 1790’s on the banks of the now disused Thames and Severn Canal for the linesmen that worked there. The horses were originally stabled on the ground floor, and the family lived on the floors above. It has been sympathetically renovated and retains a wealth of period features such as oak beamed ceilings, a Georgian range, Gothic style windows and unique stained glass windows. The property has two public rooms, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms (one en-suite) and is set in an idyllic garden that borders the canal. more

A fortified Laird's house with up to date decor
2nd of April 2013
fortified laird's house for sale
Monkton House and Monkton House Cottage, Old Craighall, Musselburgh, Edinburgh, EH21 8SF
Guide price £1,250,000

Fortified Lairds House Musselburgh
Originally built as a safe house for the monks of Newbattle Abbey "A listed" Monkton House, dates back to the 15th century and boasts thick stone walls with arrow slits, original panelling, stone vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, cornices and working shutters. Despite its ancient appearance, Monkton House has its feet thoroughly planted in this century with some avant garde decor, perhaps inspired by the Marquess of Bath's murals. In total the house has five public rooms and five bedrooms (a mixture of very traditional and artistically modern) and extensive vaulted storage rooms and attic storage. Across the courtyard is a 16th century "B listed" two bed cottage, ideal for staff, a granny flat or letting investment. The property is set in three acres of land, just six miles from the centre of Edinburgh.more

Elizabethan manor house in need of a facelift
25th February 2013
Grade II listed manor house for sale
Brookhill Hall, Brookhill Lane, Pinxton, Nottingham NG16 6JU
Guide price £425,000

Manor House Requiring Renovation
Brookhill Hall, an Elizabethan Grade II listed house with 30 rooms, cellar and store room dates from the 17th century with later parts added in the 18th and 19th centuries to create the characterful house it is today. It is is surrounded by extensive grounds with lake (9.7 acres) which form a charming green oasis between the M1 and the Erewash Valley. The house was the family seat of the Coke family and was occupied by them until the last male Coke died in 1972. It has been in use as a private home and as a home for drug addicts, but its condition has deteriorated and it is now requiring complete renovation. more

Millhouse with original workings
28th of January 2013
converted mill for sale
Millcroft Mill, Condorrat, Nr Cumbernauld, G67 4AF
Guide price £250,000

Converted Mill For Sale Lanarkshire
Millcroft Mill is a large sandstone Mill House which dates to circa. 1600 is set in large gardens bordering the Shanks Burn at the end of a long gravel driveway. This imposing listed building is situated in an idyllic rural location, but within easy reach of motorway links and the town of Cumbernauld. Inside, the entrance vestibule leads to a magnificent reception hallway with wooden panelled walls, flagstone flooring and feature fireplace. There's a large lounge with french doors to garden, a dining room (with viewing window to the original Mill House), a kitchen, utility room, box room with w.c. off, five bedrooms (three en suite) and two fabulous rooms in the attic. In addition and integral to the property accessed externally is the old mill house containing the mill wheel. This property is going to auction this week (31st January 2013). Some repairs and maintenance is required but this is reflected in the low guide price of £250,000. more



"Doo" you want to own a dovecote?
21st of January 2013
dovecote for sale
Daldowie Dovecote, Hamilton Road, Mount Vernon, Glasgow, G32 9RD
Guide price £44,000
Dovecote For Sale In Glasgow
Grade A listed Daldowie Dovecote ("Doocot") is all that remains of the Daldowie House estate and dates to c.1650. Once neglected and vandalised, this cylindrical sandstone tower was completely dismantled in 2000 by The Land Trust and relocated one mile to the north. Now fully restored, it sits on a large 1.69 acre plot of land in the residential area of Mount Vernon, a mere six miles from Glasgow city centre. This unique building has a series of flight holes to nesting boxes located below the eaves of its slated bellcast roof. Inside is an internal timber revolving ladder for access to collect pigeons for their meat. There are no details as to whether planning for conversion to residential use would be possible, but if you're partial to unusual property or indeed, pigeon pie, you may be interested to know that this Glasgow landmark goes under the hammer on the 5th of February 2013 with the low guide price of £44,000. more

A range of barns with planning permission for conversion
19th November 2012
unconverted barns for sale
Barmersland barns, Woodlands Road, Tytherington, Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire, GL12 8UL
Offers in the region of £350,000
Barn For Conversion In Gloucestershire
Barmersland Barns are a range of unconverted, single and two storey barns dating from approximately 1600. Boasting some wonderful original beams, the barns have planning permission and listed buildings consent for conversion to four dwellings (two with two bedrooms, one with three bedrooms and one with four bedrooms). An ideal project for a small developer, the barns would also be great for anyone looking for a property for an extended family / B&B accommodation. Alternatively, subject to planning permission, you could create a single, dream house. A great opportunity to create a wonderful property(ies) close to Bristol. more

A 'B' Listed sixteenth century Tower House
12th of November 2012
tower house for sale
Lochhouse Tower, Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway, DG10
Offers over £225,000
Tower House For Sale
Dating from the mid-16th century, Lochhouse Tower is a category B listed tower house, arranged over four storeys and with six feet thick stone built walls, designed to protect the original occupants from attack during the frequent border skirmishes. The property fell into disrepair over the years but was rescued in the 1980's and restored into a dwelling house. The property is now in need of significant upgrading but offers a unique and rare opportunity for someone to own and live in a ‘Borders’ Tower house, and make their own mark on the history of the building. more

A historic 15th century castle looking to be rescued
29th October 2012
B listed castle for sale
Lordscairnie Castle, Moonzie, Fife, KY15 4NN
Guide Price £220,000
Castle For Sale
If ever a castle was in need of a knight in shining armour coming to the rescue, it's this one. And if said knight is looking for the ultimate in renovation projects then category B listed Lordscairnie Castle would be just perfect. Dating from the late 15th / early 16th century this four storey L-plan tower house has walls that are six feet deep in places. Set in almost 30 acres of land, Lordscairnie Castle has had a colourful history but was abandoned in the mid 17th Century and has since fallen into disrepair. This piece of Scottish history would make a unique home in an unrivalled setting and although restoration wouldn't be cheap, rumour has it that ill-gotten treasure is hidden at the castle which could help significantly with the renovation costs. more

An Elizabethan manor house with royal connections
16th of July 2012
Elizabethan manor house for sale
Treguddick Manor, S. Petherwin, Nr Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 7JN
Guide price £650,000

Medieval Farmhouse In Powys
Treguddick Manor is a substantial and imposing Grade II* listed Cornish manor house, built in 1576 by Elizabethan "person of note" Nicholas Tergoddick. In fact, Queen Elizabeth I reportedly held court at Treguddick and the hall bears a large plaster of the Royal Arms of Elizabeth dated 1593. The accommodation in this eight bedroom house is wonderfully spacious. There's a characterful reception hall, a large kitchen /dining room and drawing room. Outside there's a range of traditional stone built barns in a courtyard setting which could be converted STPP. Set within gardens, grounds and paddocks of approximately 3.5 acres with more land available if required, the property is now in need of refurbishment and upgrading but has the potential to become a fabulous family home with bags of history to boot. more

A house with over 500 years of history
14th of May 2012
Grade II listed medieval house for sale
Old Burfa, Evenjobb, Presteigne, Powys LD8 2SH
Guide price £795,000

Medieval Farmhouse In Powys
Set on a wooded slope, just above Offa’s Dyke, Old Burfa occupies a unique and historical rural location and benefits from truly breathtaking views over the Hindwell Valley (Walton Basin) and Radnorshire Hills. Dating from 1487 it is Grade II* listed and has been the subject of dendrochronological research and a published case study by the Royal Commission for Historic Monuments in Wales. This medieval cruckframed hall house with later historic additions and alterations had fallen into complete disrepair by the 1960's but was rescued by the renowned conservation architect Michael Garner who painstakingly restored the property as his own family home. He worked again on the property from 2004 with the current owners in a major upgrading programme to create a beautiful six bedroom family home perfect for 21st century life but with the benefit of 500 years of history and character. more

A chocolate box thatched farmhouse
26th of March 2012
medieval thatched farmhouse for sale
Chidgley Hill Farm, Nr. Monksilver, Taunton, Somerset
Price £695,000

Medieval Thatched Farmhouse
Originally two cottages and believed to date back to the 15th century, Grade II listed Chidgley Hill Farm was converted into a single residence about 50 years ago. Built of local stone with a thatched roof, the property has been modernised and improved to a high standard whilst still being full of character. The house has four / five reception rooms and four bedrooms and boasts a self contained annexe wing (ideal for granny flat / home office / holiday let etc). Included with the property are three acres of land and a number of outbuildings including a stone built barn forming part of the courtyard approach and a former piggery which provides garden storage. To the rear, adjoining the paddock is a further barn, ideal for equestrian use. A fantastic property full of Olde English character. more

A-Listed Caithness water mill in need of some tlc
5th of March 2012
converted water mill for sale
Achingale Mill, Watten, Wick, KW1 5XY
Guide price £50,000

Caithness Water Mill For Sale
Believed to be one of the best examples of a Caithness mill, this three-storey, L shaped water mill dates from the early to mid 19th century. Built from rubble and slate Auchingale Mill is set in approximately 1.5 acres of land, on the outskirts of the village of Watten, in the far North East of Scotland. From a distance, it looks like a small castle and could be developed into a spacious family home as it has over 400sqm of floor space. Conversion would be subject to planning permission but some work has already been done (including roof repairs and services on site) and Historic Scotland has given preliminary verbal approval to the restoration plan. Inside, the mill workings are largely intact including the wheels and the property is full of character with many original hand cut wooden beams. Truly a grand design project for someone with vision. more

Superb listed stables with potential for conversion and restoration
16th of January 2012
unconverted stables for sale
Rowallen Stables, By Kilmaurs, Ayrshire
Guide price £400,000

Unconverted Stables Ayrshire
Rowallan is a fabulous 600 acre country estate which is now the home of Rowallan Castle Golf Club, a superb championship course designed by Colin Montgomerie. Within the grounds are two castles, one dating from the 13th century and the other designed by the renowned Scottish architect Robert Lorimer in 1901 who also created this fabulous Category B listed stables at the same time. The stables is a large stone built building with a ground floor footprint of 412m2 which could be converted into a single large house or a number of smaller ones. Planning permission for conversion was obtained in 1998 although this has now lapsed. The stables are set in almost half an acre of grounds and are just one of four lots up for grabs (The Engine House and two gamekeepers cottages being the others). more

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