Virtual Tour Guide
VR Tour on your computer
Use your mouse to look left, right and up and down by left clicking and moving the mouse. This will enable you to gain the 360 degree view of each room of the property. When you are ready to move from room to room, just left click on the grey disc with the Q logo and this will navigate you through the property in the direction of your choice.
vR Tour on your mobile
Click through onto one of our virtual tours and use your thumb to move the image left, right and up and down. This will enable you to have the 360 degree view of all the rooms in the property. When you are ready to move to the next room, simply press down on the grey disc with the orange Q logo and this will navigate you through the property in the direction of your choice.
VR Tour with a vR Headset
If you are one of millions of people to have a VR Headset or viewer, you will need to turn your phone on it’s side and press the headset logo. This will change the image into a split screen view. Place your phone into the headset and use the focus function to get the clearest view. To view the property you simply move your head left and right and up and down and you will be amazed by the accuracy and feeling of space this provides. When you are ready to move from room to room, move the cross in the centre of screen over the grey disc with the Q logo and allow it time to load the next room. You can now take a viewing around the property as if you were really there.
4 bedroom Mid Terraced House for sale
Queens Park Road, Brighton, BN2
GUIDE PRICE: £750,000 freehold
360 degree virtual reality walk through tour of this property is available at www.qsalesandlettings.co.uk
Queens Park Road is an attractive residential street, made up of impressive Victorian houses, running parallel to the stunning Queen’s Park. The area is extremely popular with families keen to take advantage of the excellent local schools, including the highly regarded St Luke’s, as well as the park itself. Excellent transport links, including extensive bus services to the city centre and surrounding areas are also a huge plus, while Brighton Station is about a mile away.
The property itself is an impressive three storey white rendered Victorian house. Access from the street is via a small flight of steps, with the front door leading into the raised ground floor hallway. To the front is the main lounge with the westerly bay filling the room with light while the open fire adds to the homely feel of the room. Back to the hall, this opens up to the open-plan dining room and kitchen which provides the heart to this family home. An open staircase, which has been lovingly stripped back to the wood, rises to the first floor landing and the french windows opening to the roof terrace with its impressive views towards Queens Park. The first floor is home to two impressively proportioned double bedrooms, as well as the family bathroom. A hatch on the landing provides access to the loft which offers potential for conversion, subject to necessary consents.
Back down through the house; the lower ground floor is home to two further double bedrooms – one of which is currently used as a further reception room. The current owners have intelligently used the space on this floor to create a shower room under the stairs, while a sizable utility room to the rear completes the accommodation. From the utility room is a back door leading to the patio garden which is paved with mature shrub borders. There is access from the street at the front direct to the lower ground floor via a useful storage space – ideal for bikes and muddy wellies after a day in the park.
In The Know…
Area: Queens Park
Council Tax: Band D
EPC Rating: D58
Floor Area: 141.9sqm (approx.)
Station: Brighton (0.9 miles)
Bus Stop: Queens Park Road (10m)
Parking: Permit Zone V (Oct 2017)
Primary School: St Lukes; Queens Park
Secondary School: Dorothy Stringer; Varndean
Private School: Brighton College
Local shop: Food & More, Albion Hill (120m)
Supermarket: Sainsbury’s, New England St (0.7 miles)
Local Gems: Queens Park; Wild Cherry; The Independent; St Luke’s Pool; Butlers Wine Cellar