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.
2 bedroom Mid Terraced House for sale
Lynton Street, Brighton, BN2
GUIDE PRICE: £390,000 freehold
360 degree virtual reality walk through tour of this property is available at www.qsalesandlettings.co.uk
Lynton Street is an attractive residential street located between Elm Grove and Queens Park Road in the Hanover district of Brighton. The area is extremely popular with young professionals and families keen to take advantage of the vibrant local community, as well as the area’s proximity to the city centre and Brighton Station. As well as an excellent range of shops, cafes, and pubs all within easy reach, the area also boasts some of the more highly-regarded schools in the city.
The house itself is a wonderfully charming example of a two bedroom Victorian terraced home typical of the area. Access is to smart and attractive hallway where warm blue walls meet stunning aged wooden floorboards. Through to the living area which has been opened up to create a homely lounge and dining area with an impressive period open fireplace – perfect for cosy winter evenings. Hand-built wooden cupboards have been fitted either side of the fire to add useful storage and original sash windows complete the period detail. Back through the hall a couple of steps lead down to the kitchen which has been fitted with a modern range of wall and base units completed with stylish wooden work surfaces and metro-style tiles. The back door leads from the kitchen to the westerly rear garden where the lawn is bordered by mature borders and an apple tree.
From the hallway stairs lead to the first floor with the bathroom found on the half-landing. Fitted with a traditional white suite the bathroom perfectly blends the old and the new with soft pink walls meeting mint tiles. From the upper landing is access to the two bedrooms, both of which are good doubles with the master being particularly impressive and again benefitting from a period fireplace and sash windows. From the landing a permanent ladder leads to the attic which has been boarded, insulated and fitted with Velux windows.
All in all this is a wonderful example of a traditional Victorian home, attractively finished throughout, and offering excellent accommodation within easy reach of Brighton city centre.
What the owner says:
"It’s a lovely street. The neighbours are friendly; there’s even a communal mini gardening project happening in the flowerbed outside. The station is a walkable distance, and Kemp Town is also within easy reach. Buses run regularly up and down Elm Grove and Queens Park Road, going to the universities, town centre and seaside, and the station, so we’ve found it easy to get anywhere we need to be. Elm Grove has its delights: the Flour Pot Bakery is a great place to grab fresh bread, or stop for a coffee and a snack, hang out with friends, or even hold an informal business meeting; we recently discovered Village, nearby, which does a great eggs benedict; Hilly Laine sells a fantastic range of organic and ethical foods and cleaning products; we buy our weekend papers and milk at the local Elm Grove Grocery Store – a couple of minutes’ walk down the hill, and then get croissants at Flour Pot. We’ll really miss that Saturday ritual when we move. There are also loads of good pubs nearby: the Independent is where we take visitors for a really special lunch or dinner: amazing that it’s only 10 minutes walk away. Queens Park, is such a delightful green space and is really close, and is a good place to go for a run, or a barbecue; we like to watch the leaves change in Autumn, and visit the ducklings in Spring. Further up Elm Grove, you can walk to the edge of Brighton and see some spectacular views of the city and the sea from a common grazing area just beyond the race course. One of the best secrets we’ve discovered is a bike path that runs across the back of Woodingdean, from the top of Elm Grove, and goes through fields all the way downhill to Falmer: a really pleasant commute, or just a nice walk for days off.
We’ve been here for 10 years and love this house and its garden. It’s cosy, comfortable and has been adaptable over the years. We’ve been very happy here."
In The Know…
Council Tax: Band C
EPC Rating: D59
Floor Area: 80.8sqm (approx.)
Station: Brighton (1 mile)
Bus Stop: Elm Grove (75m)
Parking: Permits from Oct 2017
Primary School: Elm Grove
Secondary School: Dorothy Stringer; Varndean
Local shop: WNL Convenience Store (70m)
Supermarket: Sainsbury’s, Lewes Road (0.5 miles)
Local Gems: The Flour Pot; Butlers Wine Cellar; The Hanover; Queens Park