- First Floor Retirement Flat
- One Double Bedroom with Fitted Wardrobes
- Communal Gardens
- Light and Bright Interior
- Double Aspect Lounge/Dining Room
- Fully Fitted Kitchen
- Residents Lounge & Laundry Room
- Development Manager
This Kings Hall retirement flat is only moments from the green open spaces of Beach House Park with its bowls club and popular cafe. Surrounded by well-kept attractive communal gardens, this is perfect for anyone over the age of 60 or for couples where one is aged over 60 and the other is over 55 years old.
Beautifully lit by west-facing bay windows, the large double aspect lounge/dining room offers ample room to relax and entertain, easily accommodating plenty of seating and a dining table. An elegant fireplace adds a focal point, while the easy flowing layout opens onto the adjoining kitchen that's fully fitted with traditional wood cabinets, an integrated tower oven and electric hob.
Across the hallway further west-facing bay windows allow a lovely flow of natural light to tumble into the generously sized double bedroom where a recessed fitted wardrobe provides plenty of storage without encroaching on the floor space. Arranged in a pretty tile setting, the bathroom features a full size bath with overhead shower and grab rails, while deep hallway cupboards supply additional storage.
Outside, the well-tended communal gardens create a welcoming first impression, and residents of Kings Hall benefit from a communal lounge, laundry facilities, and hairdressing salon, along with a development manager and 24 hour emergency call system.
In your local area
Situated to the east of Worthing just moments from Beach House Park, the bustling independent shops and cafes of Brighton Road are only a short walk from your door, with the beach and promenade directly behind them. For those who love their seafood, the ever popular Chipwick and the seafront CrabShack are both nearby. Ideally positioned for all that Worthing has to offer, the city centre with its wide range of high street and independent amenities is within easy reach, and there are plenty of supermarkets to choose from including Waitrose, Morrisons 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 cyclists or those who just 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 both Worthing and East Worthing mainline stations are approximately a mile on foot.
Approximately 67 years remaining.
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