- Third floor flat
- Plenty of potential
- Separate kitchen
- Allocated off road parking
- Large double aspect lounge/diner
- Large double bedroom
- Gas fired central heating
- Long lease
Situated in a highly favoured residential road just around the corner from the green open spaces of Amelia Park and within walking distance to the shops, bars and restaurants of Worthing town centre, this third floor flat offers a great opportunity to be styled to your own tastes and needs.
Sitting on the top floor of a sought after modern complex a soft neutral colour scheme and a wealth of natural light create the perfect blank canvas and offer a great sense of space. Wonderfully lit by double aspect windows that offer far-reaching views, the generous proportions of the lounge/diner produce an impressive amount of space to relax and unwind, easily accommodating both seating and dining areas with room to spare. Fully fitted with traditionally styled cabinets, the adjoining kitchen has ample storage and workspace. Well-maintained and presented, this room could be easily updated to become a contemporary kitchen well-appointed with a range of integrated appliances.
The lovely flow of natural light continues across the hallway in the large double bedroom where wide windows supply more of those sweeping views. With its classic basin and bath with overhead shower, the bathroom has scope to be transformed with a stylish modern suite chosen to suit your own tastes. An additional WC completes this top floor flat.
An allocated space provides convenient off-road parking.
In your local area
With the green open space of both Amelia Park and Victoria Park only moments from your door and the beach and seafront within easy walking distance, this top floor flat is ideally positioned for all that Worthing has to offer. The town centre with its wide range of high street and independent cafes, shops, bars and restaurants is close by with plenty of supermarkets to choose from including Waitrose and Marks & Spencer.
Stretching out along the coast for approximately 5 miles, the shingle beaches of Worthing with their promenades and palm trees are ideal for cyclists or those who just enjoy a stroll in the sunshine, and locally caught fish is often available to buy and take home.
The coast road takes you directly to Portslade, Hove and Brighton in one direction and onto nearby Ferring with its ever popular Sea Lanes beachfront cafe in the other. The A259 and A27 offer convenient routes across Sussex from Portsmouth to Eastbourne, and Worthing mainline station is approximately only half a mile away.
Approximately 157 years remaining.
Current Service Charge
£1,562.75 per annum.
Band B: £1,463.16 per annum
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