Listed buildings are historically important. There are three levels of listing Grade 1, Grade 2* and Grade 2. The list is protected by Historic England. It is not only buildings that can be listed, but parks, gardens, monuments and even shipwrecks can be listed. The only Grade 2* listed building in Old Sodbury is the church. The other listed buildings are Grade 2. Here are some of the listed buildings in Old Sodbury:
Built in the late 17th century, the Cottage is one of Old Sodbury’s grade 2 listed buildings. The building has been protected by Historic England since 1999. It’s a two-story house and has three windows. This building is listed because of its special architecture and historic connections.
27 and 29 Church Lane
27 and 29 Church Lane was built in the early-mid 19th century and was put up as a grade 2 listed building in 1983. 27 and 29 church lane are both 3 story houses. Although its two houses now but it used to be one big house.
It was built in the early mid-19th century. It was an old toll house. A toll house was used to pay money so you can go through Old Sodbury. This is listed 2 which means buildings of special interest.
The Dog Inn
It was built in the mid 17th century. It is graded 2 listed with means buildings of special interest.
You can find out more about listed buildings on this website: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/