- Seafront apartment
- Two bedrooms
- Stylish contemporary kitchen
- Chain free
- Basement storage for kayaks, paddle boards, bikes
- Panoramic direct sea views
- Large lounge/dining Room with sea views
- Original period features
- Plenty of storage
Offering a stylish modern lifestyle with the grace and grandeur of a beautiful Grade II listed terrace, this top floor apartment is situated in a prime location directly opposite the beach and promenade, with superb direct sea views that stretch along the coastline.
Beautifully presented to a notably high standard, a classic grey and white colour scheme lends a cohesive backdrop to each room and enhances the lovely flow of natural light.
Creating a hugely sociable space that's great for entertaining, the open plan lounge/kitchen has a wealth of space for seating and dining areas. Wonderfully lit by a picture perfect duo of sash windows offering fantastic sea views, an elegant fireplace adds an instant focal point and classic wood shutters add a charming finishing touch. The easy flowing layout opens onto an impressive Shaker-style kitchen where heritage teal blue cabinets and sleek countertops generate ample storage and workspace. Well-appointed with a range of integrated appliances that includes an oven, hob and chimney extractor, there's plenty of room for a freestanding fridge-freezer.
The sense of light and space continues in the principal bedroom where a south-facing sash window offers more of those breath-taking sea views. An original period fireplace supplies charm and character, and fitted wardrobes give storage without encroaching on the aesthetics of the room. A second bedroom is equally well-presented with sash windows, shutters and a fitted wardrobe of its own. The modern suite of the family bathroom features a full size bath with overhead shower and heated towel radiator, while its feature metro tiles add a vibrant splash of colour.
Deep fitted cupboards in the large hallway create an enviable amount of additional storage and complete this stylish seafront home.
In Your Local Area
Sitting just across the road from the beach and promenade, the location of this iconic Victorian terrace with its chequered tiled steps, Corinthian pillars and yellow brickwork, 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.
Approximately 950 years remaining, with a share of freehold.
Current Service Charge
£250 per quarter
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