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Listed buildings are those that have particular cultural, historical or architectural interest. If you buy a listed building, whether it is a manor house, cottage or converted barn, there are restrictions as to any alterations you can make to the building. In addition, if a listed building suffers any structural damage, the owner has a legal obligation to get it fixed and ensure the building is returned to its previous state. This can mean regular house insurance may not cover these sorts of repairs, which is why many owners of these types of building opt for specialist listed building home insurance.
Insurance for listed buildings is designed for graded buildings. Listed buildings are graded. Grade I buildings have exceptional national interest, Grade II* building have particular importance, while Grade II buildings are of such special interest, every effort has to be put into preserving them. Most listed buildings in the UK are Grade II*, so it can be important for owners of such properties to ensure they can afford to put things right if there is damage, hence the potential need for home insurance for listed buildings and specialist house insurance listed buildings policies.
Grade 2 listed building insurance
Listed building home insurance ensures that if a building needs repairing, or even if it needs total rebuilding after a catastrophic even such as a fire, the owner can afford the costs, which is why listed buildings insurance can be important. Costs for repairing a listed building can be astronomical because a listed building will often require the use of period building materials and even period building methods, but listed building insurance can allow for this, unlike regular house insurance.
Of course, all this means that grade 2 listed buildings insurance is more expensive than regular property cover, but you can find some insurance providers that offer highly competitive listed building home insurance prices.
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