Listed properties for sale

From a Grade 1-listed 1780s townhouse in Bath with panoramic views over the surrounding hills, to a Grade II-listed 16th-century house with Victorian additions in Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire, eight of the best listed properties on the market right now.

Lyndale House, Highgate Hill, London N6

Lyndale House, Highgate Hill, London N6.

Lyndale House, Highgate Hill, London N6. A Grade II-listed Queen Anne house with grand interiors that include shuttered sash windows, wood floors, panelled walls and large reception rooms with period fireplaces. 5 beds, 2 baths, 4 receps, breakfast kitchen, wine cellar, summer house. £4.25m Dexters 020-8545 8584.

Lansdown Crescent, Bath, Somerset

Landsdown Crescent, Bath, Somerset

Lansdown Crescent, Bath, Somerset. A Grade I-listed townhouse built between 1789 and 1793 with panoramic views over the surrounding hills. It has large formal dining rooms with wood floors and marble fireplaces, and comes with a separate coach house. 8 beds, 5 baths, 3 receps, gardens. £4.5m Knight Frank 01225-325992.

Thorpe Hall, Robin Hood’s Bay

Thorpe Hall, Robin Hood’s Bay

Thorpe Hall, Robin Hood’s Bay, North York Moors National Park. A Grade II-listed 16th-century house with Victorian and contemporary additions with a separate two-storey coach house, surrounded by gardens just a short walk from the beach. It has leaded-light windows, beamed ceilings, panelled walls and open fireplaces. 9 beds, 5 baths, 4 receps, kitchen, orchard, paddocks, 4.5 acres. £1.5m Mr & Mrs Clarke 077344-06954.

Folgate Street, Spitalfields

Folgate Street, Spitalfields

Folgate Street, Spitalfields, London E1. A Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse in the centre of Spitalfields, set on a side street just off Bishopsgate. The house is arranged over six floors and retains a wealth of period features, including shuttered sash windows, wood panelling, ornate cornicing and open fireplaces. 6 beds, 2 baths, 2 receps, dining room, kitchen, utility, terraces, eaves storage. £3m Savills 020-7578 6200.

The Greye House, Old Portsmouth

The Greye House, Old Portsmouth

The Greye House, Old Portsmouth, Hampshire. A restored, Grade II-listed house dating back to the mid-1600s with 18th-century additions in one of the oldest conservation areas of Portsea Island, close to the Old Portsmouth Napoleonic sea defences. The house has wood floors, panelled walls, beamed ceilings, an open fireplace and a dining kitchen with bespoke units and an Aga. 4 beds, 2 baths, recep, study, conservatory, walled garden. £650,000 Fine & Country 023 93 277277.

Hotspur House, Allendale, Northumberland

Hotspur House, Allendale, Northumberland

Hotspur House, Allendale, Northumberland. This restored, Grade II-listed Georgian village house dates from 1806. It has a hall with an elegant staircase and stained-glass window, a walled garden and a further garden area with mature trees. 5 beds, 5 baths, 2 receps. £595,000 Finest Properties 01434-622234.

Glenacres, The Crescent, Dunblane

Glenacres, The Crescent, Dunblane, Perthshire. A Grade B-listed Victorian house with views towards the Trossachs. It has been remodelled to include a contemporary stone and slate sunroom and retains its open fireplaces and high ceilings. The gardens include a two-bedroom cottage, two connected greenhouses and a putting green. 7 beds, 4 baths, 5 receps, study, dining kitchen, wine cellar, attic, 1.8 acres. £1.8m+ Savills 0131-247 3738.

Montpelier Road, Brighton

Montpelier Road, Brighton

Montpelier Road, Brighton, BN1. A Grade II-listed Regency townhouse in central Brighton with a classic bow-fronted façade with iron railings and a canopied balcony dating back to the early 1800s. The house is arranged over five floors and includes a self-contained two-bedroom apartment on the lower ground floor. It has ornate fireplaces, wood floors and a kitchen with doors leading onto a courtyard garden. 2 beds, 2 baths, 2 receps, study. £850,000+ Fine & Country 01273-739911.

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