- Second Floor Seafront Apartment
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Contemporary Fully Fitted Kitchen
- Recently Refurbished and Superbly Presented Throughout
- Panoramic Direct Sea Views
- Large South-Facing Lounge with Sea views
- Modern Bathroom
- Historic Landmark Terrace Sitting Directly Opposite the Beach and Promenade
Set back from the coast road behind attractive communal gardens, this recently refurbished mansion apartment offers utterly idyllic direct sea views. Sitting on the second floor of a beautifully maintained section of an historic Grade II listed terrace, this is an exceptional opportunity for a seafront pied a terre or main home. Behind the iconic exterior with its Corinthian pilasters and stucco dressings, crisp white walls and rich grey carpets flow throughout this stylish home.
Stunning sea views supply an outstanding backdrop and an instant wow factor to an impressively proportioned large lounge that's beautifully lit by a picture perfect duo of tall sash windows. The generous dimensions of the room create a fantastic place to relax and entertain with family and friends, easily accommodating a dining area and ample seating. Adding a sociable open plan feel, a wide archway takes you into the adjoining kitchen that's fully fitted with contemporary cabinets and sleek black countertops housing an array of integrated appliances.
The central hallway leads the way to two equally well-presented bedrooms that generate plenty of flexible accommodation. The notably sized main bedroom supplies a peaceful retreat to the rear of the apartment and benefits from recessed storage, while elegant cornicing wraps-around the second double bedroom that looks directly out to sea echoing the glorious vistas of the lounge.
Arranged in a classic white tile setting, the light and bright family bathroom includes a full size bath with overhead shower, along with a tasteful tall towel radiator. A broad hallway cupboard offers additional storage and completes this seafront apartment.
Outside, the iconic architecture of Heene Court Mansions with its distinctive yellow brick facade and stately doorway creates an undeniable amount of kerb appeal to both residents and guests, while the palm trees and lawns of the gardens lend a welcoming first impression and perfectly delineate the terrace from the coast road.
In Your Local Area
Sitting just across the road from the beach and promenade, the location of this iconic Victorian terrace means that you can be dipping your toes in the sea within moments of leaving your home. Take a stroll along the promenade to the lido, pier and pavilion in one direction and Marine Gardens in the other, or wander through the town centre with its numerous cafes, bars and restaurants.
Both Worthing and West Worthing mainline train stations are approximately just over a mile from your door providing Southern and Thameslink routes to London and Brighton. Regular bus services travel along the coast road and the A27 is easily accessible.
Current service charge
£183 per month (£2,196 per annum)
Current ground rent
£50 per annum
Approximately 120 years remaining
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