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.

Guide Price

2 bedroom Mid Terraced House for sale

Agnes Street, Brighton, BN2

2 Reception Room 2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 104.10 sq m

Key Features

Victorian terrace houseBeautifully decorated throughoutTwo double bedroomsTwo reception roomsModern fitted kitchenContemporary bathroom suiteBespoke garden studioSoutherly gardenScope to extend (stnc)No onward chain

Full Description

GUIDE PRICE: £475,000 freehold

Agnes Street is an attractive residential road running between Wellington Street and De Montfort Road in Brighton. The area is hugely popular with a wide demographic with a particular emphasis on young professionals, commuters and families. Brighton city centre, North laine and the mainline station are all within walking distance, while closer to home is an extensive collection of shops, cafes and pubs. The William Clark Park, known locally as ‘The Patch’, is a short stroll away, as is the ever-popular Elm Grove Primary School.

The property itself is a beautifully decorated Victorian terraced house with stylish and contemporary accommodation arranged across its two floors. Approached from the street a small front-garden provides some separation from the street and adds to the character of the property. On entering, the elegance of this home is immediately apparent and is highlighted by a column radiator and Victorian mouldings, while the engineered oak floor flows throughout the ground floor. To the front is the first of the reception rooms; this stunning room is bright and spacious, benefitting from a large bay window complete with shutters. The tiled fireplace is ready-made for a woodburning stove. The second reception room is again immaculately finished with bold blue walls matched with retro-wallpapered alcoves and an attractive wood-burner. The kitchen is to the rear and has been intelligently designed to maximise worksurfaces for the culinary-minded while the gloss white base units provide plenty of storage. A single-drainer ceramic sink is matched with slim-white tiled splashback and perfectly complements the grey walls.

Upstairs, to the rear, is the bathroom. Unsurprisingly this has been designed and styled to the highest standard. Oversize stone wall tiles are contrasted with the darker tones to the floor and this ties in beautifully with the contemporary white suite of bath, separate shower cubicle, wash basin, wc and bidet. To make those early starts a little easier, underfloor heating has been installed with independent controls. To the front of the property is the principal bedroom; large and spacious with a bay window complete with shutters, while thick carpet and column radiator add to the cosiness. The second bedroom is next to this and is another good double with built-in wardrobes and views to the rear. From the landing there is a hatch providing access to the loft; we understand this to be of a suitable size for conversion, subject to necessary building consents.

To the rear of the property, accessed from the kitchen, is the southerly rear garden. The sunny patio allows plenty of room for summer barbeques. The current owners have recently installed a superb garden studio – currently used as a home gym, but ideal for those that need to work from home. Fully insulated and fitted with power and lighting this is a huge bonus for the next owners.

What the owner says:

"We moved to our home 7 years ago and have loved living here. We will honestly be sad to leave. We were first attracted to our house because it was bigger than the average terrace, had a sunny, south-facing garden and was set back from the road on a friendly, quiet side-street. The location has been perfect; we are 20 minute’s walk from town, 25 minute’s walk from the beach and 15 minutes’ walk up to the racecourse and South Downs. The views from the racecourse provide some of the best in Brighton of the sea and surrounding countryside. There are lovely local cafes and restaurants and fresh produce in the near-by open market.

Our home was a bit neglected when we bought it as it had been rented out for a while so we set about doing some significant renovations. We’ve installed a new boiler, new windows, doors and wood-burners, re-modelled the kitchen and bathroom and decorated every room. Phew! We have loved bringing colour, art-work and design ideas in to our home and we hope it feels warm and inviting when you look around.

Our last major renovation has been to build a garden room, which we currently use an a personal training space and home gym. It’s been brilliant to have this space, especially during these times when the gyms are closed. If working out isn’t your thing, it will also make a perfect, spacious home-office, with room for more than a couple of desks.

We hope you enjoy living here as much as we did and have fun making it your own."

In The Know…

Area: Elm Grove
Council Tax: Band C
EPC Rating: C69
Floor Area: 104.1sqm (approx.)
Station: Brighton (0.8 miles)
Bus Stop: De Montfort Rd (140m)
Parking: Permit Zone V
Primary School: Elm Grove
Secondary School: Dorothy Stringer; Varndean
Local shop: Hanover Convenience Store (130m)
Supermarket: Sainsbury’s, Lewes Road (650m)
Local Gems: The Flour Pot Bakery; The Hartington; The Reservoir; The Patch; The Open Market; Hilly Laine Organic Store


If you instruct Q Estate Agents to sell your home, we will provide a free and comprehensive marketing package worth £400.

Call 01273 622664 or email


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