- Second Floor Split Level Studio Apartment
- Shower Room
- Historic Seafront Mansion Terrace Location
- Natural Light
- Perfect for First Time Buyers
- Mezzanine Bedroom
- Reception Room
- Plenty of Potential
- Sash Windows
Sitting just across the road from the beach and seafront on the second floor of an historic Grade II landmark terrace, this split level studio apartment is a great opportunity for a first time buyer. Well-maintained yet within need of a little TLC, there's plenty of opportunity to refresh certain aspects to reflect your own taste and sense of style.
The distinguished frontage of Heene Terrace always offers an instant wow factor to anyone passing by with its Corinthian pilasters, wrought iron railings and chequered tiled steps. Behind its clotted cream facade this Worthing home is cleverly laid out to maximise the space while its well-chosen colour scheme enhances the impressive flow of natural light.
With crisp white walls and a rich grey carpet the reception room accommodates both a sofa and dining/desk area. A tall contemporary column radiator is a great addition and fitted cupboards provide convenient storage, while a large sash window looks down over the colourful gardens below.
Offering ample space for a range of freestanding appliances, the adjoining kitchen supplies a notable amount of workspace with its wrap-around countertops. Featuring gloss wall cabinets and metro tiled splashbacks, there is every opportunity to refresh and update this space with an integrated oven, hob and laundry appliances.
Stairs lead up to a mezzanine bedroom creating separate additional sleeping space without encroaching on the living accommodation. A shower room can easily and cost effectively be transformed with a stylish contemporary suite.
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.
Security Communal Entrance
Stairs rising to
Second Floor Landing
Front door into:
Studio Room - 10'5" (3.18m) x 10'5" (3.18m)
Two storage cupboards, TV point, telephone point large sash window, two radiators, solid oak flooring and ladder rising to mezzanine bed area.
Kitchen Area - 10'5" (3.18m) x 5'8" (1.73m)
Matching refitted units comprising single bowl sink with mixer tap and drainer inset to timber effect roll top work surface, cupboards and drawers under, electric oven with gas hob inset to work surface with extractor hood above, space/plumbing for washing machine, free standing fridge/freezer, solid oak flooring, inset spotlights.
Matching white suite comprising low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, step up to shower cubicle with built-in shower, part tiled walls, sash window, wall mounted gas boiler, tiled flooring.
Approximately 68 years remaining.
£165 per quarter
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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