- Second floor retirement flat
- One double bedroom
- Refitted kitchen
- Residents lounge
- House manager
- Stylish modern interior
- Shower room
- Communal gardens
- Laundry room
Homepier House comprises of 31 self-contained retirement flats in a highly sought after area of Worthing. The communal areas include an inviting resident's lounge, a laundry room, lifts to all floors and well-tended communal gardens. There are regular social activities and facilities also include a convenient guest suite that's available for a modest fee. Cats & dogs are generally accepted (subject to terms and permissions)
Light and bright, with plenty of storage, a soft neutral colour scheme creates a light and airy feel throughout this attractive second floor retirement flat. Beautifully lit by wide bay windows, a large lounge/dining room offers ample room to relax and entertain, easily accommodating plenty of seating and a dining table. Perfect for entertaining, an archway leads into the stylish kitchen where tastefully chosen modern cabinets and sleek countertops offer a wealth of storage and workspace.
The lovely flow of natural light continues in the well-proportioned double bedroom where the feature patterns of a fitted wardrobe add a subtle splash of colour, and the generous proportions of the room supply plenty of room for additional freestanding furniture. Adding a touch of luxury, the contemporary shower room features a large glass framed walk-in shower and towel radiator in a classic combination of crisp white tiles and sparkling blue mosaics.
This Heene Road home offers plenty of additional storage space within its large deep hallway cupboard.
Landscaped communal gardens stretch around this purpose built retirement complex with beautifully planted and maintained flowerbeds. Perfect for relaxing in the sun with the weekend papers, a large brick paved patio adds a lovely finishing touch.
In your local area
With the beach and seafront only a short walk from your door, this detached home is ideally positioned for all that Worthing has to offer. The town centre with its wide range of high street and independent cafes, shops, bars and restaurants is within easy reach, and there are plenty of supermarkets to choose from including Waitrose and Marks & Spencer.
Stretching out along the coast for approximately 5 miles, the shingle beaches of Worthing with their promenades and palm trees are ideal for those who enjoy a stroll in the sunshine. Locally caught fish is often 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 A27 offers convenient routes across Sussex from Portsmouth to Eastbourne, and Worthing mainline station is just under a mile from your door.
Approximately 64 years remaining
*A lease extension can be negotiated as part of the sale*
Current Ground Rent
£511.30 per annum
Current Service Charge
£3,287.90 per annum.
Band B: £1,463.16 per annum.
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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