£195,000 - Under Offer

  • Ground floor flat in elegant semi-detached period house
  • One Bedroom
  • Modern Fitted Kitchen
  • Idyllic Walled Garden
  • Central Heating
  • Original Period Features
  • Large Living/Dining Room with bay windows and fireplace
  • Bathroom
  • Unallocated Off-Road Parking
  • Near to Mainline Stations

Step Inside

Stretched out across the ground floor of an elegant period property, this impressive Heene Road home offers an exceptional work/life balance with its light and airy rooms and truly idyllic private walled garden.

Set back from the road in a sought after location, behind the distinguished red brick exterior a beautifully light and bright layout includes an enviably sized living/dining room that's great for unwinding and relaxing with friends. Graceful period cornicing and picture rails wrap-around the high ceiling adding to the sense of space, and a lovely flow of natural light tumbles in through fabulously tall and wide west-facing bay windows to highlight an exceptional focal point fireplace. Adding to the sociable feel, the room opens onto the adjoining kitchen that's fully fitted with tastefully chosen modern Shaker-style cabinets and has room for a range of freestanding appliances.

Generating a peaceful retreat at the end of the day, the period detailing continues in the bedroom that's wonderfully lit by French doors that open onto a private walled garden that lends a magnificent wow factor to this Worthing home. Arranged in an attractive tile setting, the bathroom includes a full size bath with overhead shower.

Step Outside

Step out from the bedroom into your own private oasis. Tranquil and idyllic, this is a simply stunning hideaway from the hubbub of daily life. A paved patio is ideal for relaxing with a morning coffee or enjoying outdoor meals, while well-stocked yet easy to maintain flowerbeds add colour and interest throughout the seasons with their mature shrubs and established laurel tree. A pretty pebble path with stepping stones reaches out in front of you, and the walls and fencing of this enclosed garden provide plenty of privacy.

Residents of this period property benefit from unallocated off-road parking.

In your local area

Just moments from the lovely greenery of Victoria Park, this period home is situated in a popular residential road surrounded by similar heritage properties. Ideally positioned for all that Worthing has to offer, there's a great selection of local shops, cafes and amenities to choose from on both Tarring Road and nearby South Street. The centre of Worthing is just a mile from your door with a wide range of both high street and independent cafes, shops, bars and restaurants is within easy reach, and there's plenty of supermarkets to choose from including Waitrose and Marks & Spencer.

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, while the A24 takes you up to the A27 offering convenient commuter routes. West Worthing mainline station is just 0.4 miles along the road.

We have been verbally advised by the Vendor of the following:

Approximately 83 years remaining.

Service Charge
Approximately £1,200 per annum.

Ground Rent
£75 per annum.

Council Tax
Band A: £1,254.13

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.

Situated by the sea front, West Worthing sits between Goring-by-sea and the Town centre. It's a popular destination due to its direct access and close proximity to beach. There is a range of properties from the extensive Georgian terraces on the beach front to classic Victorian semi's in the roads leading back from the sea. West Worthing has its own railway station so is a popular destination for those looking to head in the City.
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