£165,000 - Available

  • First Floor Flat
  • Central Worthing Location
  • One Double Bedroom
  • Fully Fitted Contemporary Kitchen
  • Modern Shower Room
  • Stylish Modern Interior
  • Tenant in Situ
  • Great Buy to Let Investment
  • Close to Worthing Station
  • Residents' Parking

Step Inside

Sitting on the first floor of a popular modern complex that's only a short stroll from local Broadwater shops and central Worthing's mainline station, this one double bedroom flat is a fantastic Buy to Let opportunity. Currently let for £880pcm with a tenant already in situ, it has the added benefit of residents' off-road parking and secure entry.

Perfectly placed for everything that Worthing has to offer, when you step inside you'll find a stylish modern interior unfolding from a central entrance hall that instantly gives a great sense of space. With an excellent engineered wood floor beneath your feet an impressively sized lounge/diner offers ample space for plenty of seating and a dining table. Full of light, it opens into an adjoining kitchen fully fitted with sleek contemporary cabinets and a superb array of integrated appliances that includes an oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washing machine. The wrap-around design supplies considerable storage and workspace and a glass splashback and tilted extractor add notable finishing touches.

Across the hallway, the stylish flooring and subtle grey colour scheme continues in a more than generous double bedroom that offers far-reaching views and has more than enough capacity for a selection of wardrobes and storage. A modern shower room completes the layout.

Step Outside - Residents of Carlyle House have the added convenience of allocated off-road parking.

In your local area

Ideally situated, this first floor home is only moments from all that Worthing has to offer whilst also being peacefully located in an attractive residential road. Only a short walk from local shops it's perfect for anyone working at Worthing Hospital or nearby schools. Offering easy access to the A24, it's only circa half a mile from the mainline station with regular commuter routes into London and Brighton.

The town centre with its wide range of high street and independent cafes, shops, bars and restaurants is within reach with plenty of supermarkets to choose from including Waitrose and Marks & Spencer. Stretch your legs and you'll find the beach, pier and promenade are just a leisurely stroll from your door. If you're new to the area it's good to know that the shingle beaches of Worthing extend along the coast for approximately 5 miles peppered with beachside pop-up bars, eateries and palm trees. The flat promenade is equally ideal for cyclists or those who just enjoy a walk in the sunshine, and locally caught fish is regularly 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 A24 leads up through Storrington and onto Horsham and gives an easy connection to the A27 with its convenient routes across Sussex from Portsmouth to Eastbourne.

Council Tax
Adur & Worthing, Band A

Ground Rent
£200.00 Yearly

Service Charge
£1,300.00 Yearly

Lease Length
83 Years

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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