£190,000 - New Instruction


  • Chain Free
  • Sea Views
  • Original Period Features
  • Kitchen
  • Plenty of Potential to be Updated
  • Ground Floor Flat in Elegant Art Deco building
  • Large Lounge/Dining Room
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom with Separate WC
  • Off Road Parking

Step Inside

Dating back to the 1930s the distinctive curves and monochrome facade of Onslow Court provide a stunning example of Art Deco architecture, while the tiled floor and statuesque doors of the communal hallway provide an instant sense of the grace and elegance of a bygone era. Designed by ATW Goldsmith and sitting just across the road from the beach, this iconic building has undergone an extensive amount of renovation over the recent years.

Well-maintained with enviable views, this generously proportioned ground floor flat offers a superb opportunity to return it to its former glory. Beautifully lit by tall windows looking out at the sea, the large lounge/dining room supplies ample space to sit back, relax and spend time together, easily accommodating plenty of seating and a dining table with room to spare. Across the hallway the kitchen is fully fitted with a wealth of storage and workspace. Appointed with an integrated hob and tower oven, along with a dedicated space for a freestanding fridge-freezer, there's plenty of chance to put your own stamp on this room and update it with a full range of contemporary appliances.

Generating plenty of versatility, two double bedrooms add to the sense of space and whilst one benefits from more of those marvellous sea views, the other has fitted wardrobes. Arranged in a striking Art Deco black and white tile setting, the bathroom features a full size bath, separate walk-in shower and a classic heated towel radiator. The additional WC has scope to be transformed to suit your own style.

In your local area

Perfectly situated on Worthing seafront, this ground floor Art Deco home offers the best of both worlds with the beach only moments from your door and the bustling cafes, shops and restaurants of the town centre all within each reach. The green open spaces of Brookland Park are nearby and the coast road takes you along to the ever popular Perch cafe on Lancing beach and then onto Portslade, Hove and Brighton.

Follow the seafront to the west and you'll find a great range of local shops and amenities on Brighton Road and the centre of Worthing has a wide range of both high street and independent cafes, shops, bars and restaurants along with plenty of supermarkets to choose from including Waitrose and Marks & Spencer.


Lease
Newly extended 125 year lease on completion.

Current Ground Rent
£100 per annum.

Current Service Charge
Approximately £5,400 per annum - Includes; central heating and hot water.

Council Tax
Band B: £1,463.16 per annum.

Notice
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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