£325,000 - Available

  • Seafront Apartment
  • Spacious Double-Fronted Layout
  • Separate Kitchen
  • En Suite Shower Room
  • Bathroom
  • Own Private Street Entrance
  • 22' Lounge/Dining Room
  • Impressively Sized Main Bedroom
  • Additional Large Double Bedroom
  • Utility Room

Step Inside
Set within the grandeur of a highly coveted historic Grade II listed seafront terrace, this apartment is only moments from both the beach and the hubbub of the town centre. Offering a truly enviable amount of space, this is a great opportunity to live in a spacious period property with a tasteful modern interior and plenty of charm.

Behind the distinguished yellow brick facade with its classic wrought iron railings and stately sash windows, the generous proportions of this home's central hallway instantly hint at what's to come, and lead the way to an exceptionally sized 22ft lounge/sitting room. A lovely amount of natural light tumbles in through a duo of large sash windows highlighting the wonderful amount of flexible space for plenty of seating and a dining table with room to spare. This is a wonderful place to relax and spend time in.

Fully fitted with a wealth of tastefully chosen cabinets and sleek blue pearl granite countertops with their etched drainer grooves, the adjacent kitchen has an excellent amount of storage and workspace. Well-appointed, its balanced layout includes an integrated tower oven and hob as well as space for additional freestanding appliances.

The warm white walls and plain grey carpet create a unified look throughout, including both larger than average bedrooms. The master bedroom with its pair of south facing windows is beautifully light and bright and offers enough space to easily incorporate a sofa and/or desk area. It has a modern en suite shower room.

An additional utility room accommodates your laundry appliances and opens onto an attractive bathroom with a baby blue panelled bath with overhead shower and contemporary finishing touches.


Steps lead down from the front of Jason Court to the private entrance and south-facing paved courtyard that generates a peaceful spot to sit and unwind.

The iconic architecture of Heene Terrace creates an undeniable amount of kerb appeal to both residents and guests.

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.

Approximately 956 years remaining. The property is also sold with a Share of Freehold.

Current Ground Rent
£15 per annum.

Current Service Charge
£3,244 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.

Floor Plan
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