In fact, here's one currently on offer, although its splendor may be in question -- I see it was restored in the 19c:
Darlton St Giles
The Church of St Giles is a prominent Grade II* Listed Church of 13th Century origins; the Church was partly rebuilt and restored in 1863. The construction is of ashlar and rough hewn ashlar beneath tiled roofs with interesting architectural features. The lychgate and churchyard wall are listed Grade II.
St Giles is situated off the main street (A57) in the village of Darlton with good links to the A1 and A1M. Leisure amenities and educational facilities (both state and independent) are well catered for nearby.
The approximate floor area is 1,713 sq ft (159.2m²) and the property is suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning and all necessary consents/approvals. Prospective purchasers are expressly advised to consider the informal Planning & Conservation Statement and contact the Local Planning Authority, particularly the Conservation Team directly to discuss their proposals.
Offers are invited on a conditional basis. The conditions of sale and information pack are available from the selling agents website www.brown-co.com
Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham
Location: Main Street, Darlton
OS grid reference: NGR:SK 77 73
Edited to add: since LJ doesn't let one add photos to a comment, I've posted them on my own journal, here: https://lblanchard.livejournal.com/1009205.htmlEdited at 2018-10-22 05:29 pm (UTC)