Most listed buildings in England are designated Grade II, with only the 'cream' being Grade I. However, this quaint little church is thought to be a notch above the rest and has the Grade II* rating. This is most likely down to the fact that it was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is quite different, isn't it?
Tried to take this with my proper camera but the lens was a fraction too wide, and even with my phone it was very difficult getting the full width in the frame.