Quirky

  • 19th Century Terraced House

    19th Century Terraced House

    A former railwayman’s 2 bedroomed house built in 1865 for the building of the London to Brighton railway line, this property has been finished to a high standard and is set in a desirable area of a popular coastal city. Features include an open plan living/dining area, galley kitchen, modern bath and freestanding shower, wooden…

  • Chalk Figure Monument

    Chalk Figure Monument

    Dating back to at least 1710, this iconic hillside monument is Europe’s largest portrayal of the human form, is visible from many miles away, and attracts thousands of visitors a year. A fascinating location for filming and photography.

  • Industrial Heritage Museum

    Industrial Heritage Museum

    Nestled in the rural heartland of a National Park is this open-air industrial heritage museum – formerly chalk pits with quarries, kilns and associated buildings. The museum focusses on transport, industry, communications, craft and nature through a variety of exhibits and features including industrial narrow-gauge and standard-gauge railways, trains, a village garage and cycle shop,…

  • Victorian Terraced House

    Victorian Terraced House

    Unique and Quirky Victorian terraced artists house opposite a park, a 15 minute walk to the beach and close to Portslade mainline railway station. The property is east and west facing capturing the morning and evening sun. The house has a number of unusual features and a very relaxed vibe making it perfect for many…

  • Historic Town With Castle

    Historic Town With Castle

    A traditional market town sat on the River Ouse, this is a picturesque and quirky place full of history and character that ticks a lot of filmmakers boxes! It holds a delightful amount of olde worlde charm with its castle, 18th century brewery, architecture spanning the ages, and its medieval cobbled streets and twittens. Nestled…

  • Fairy Tale Castle

    Fairy Tale Castle

    Unique remote house with colourful interior, stunning views, large gardens and grounds. A magical location for filming and photography.

  • Colourful Shop-Lined Street

    Colourful Shop-Lined Street

    Located in the heart of a popular coastal city lies this vibrant street lined with an eclectic range of shops. With bursts of colour and individuality, this is a fantastic location for filming and photoshoots.

  • Turreted and Castellated Tunnel

    Turreted and Castellated Tunnel

    Completed in 1841, this tunnel is notable for its turreted and castellated north portal with a single-storey cottage on the top. At 1 mile 499 yards (2,066 m), it is the longest tunnel on the route that it stands on. Located in the heart of the beautiful South Downs National Park, this is an impressive…

  • Quirky Shopping Arcade

    Quirky Shopping Arcade

    Quirky shopping arcade located in the heart of an historic market town on the egde of the beautiful South Downs National Park. With its unique shops, coloured glass windows, high ceilings and ornate railings, this almost Harry Potter-ish little hidden gem is a delightful location for filming and photography!

  • Converted 18th Century Coach House

    Converted 18th Century Coach House

    Located in a beautiful historic town on the edge of the South Downs National Park, this unique property is an absolute delight! The former split-level coach house comprises an entrance hall leading to the bathroom and the kitchen on the ground floor, stairs down to a lounge area and a dining area, and stairs up…