- Town Centre Seafront Apartment
- Directly Opposite the Beach
- Additional Double Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
- South-Facing Balcony
- Landscaped Communal Roof Terrace
- Sea Views
- Main Bedroom with Sea Views
- Spacious Open Plan Kitchen and Lounge/Dining Room
- Contemporary Wet Room
- Off-Road Parking
Sitting opposite the iconic architecture of the pavilion just across the road from the beach and only moments from the bustling cafes, shops and amenities of the town centre, this first floor apartment offers the best of both worlds.
Creating an instant wow factor that's hard to ignore, direct sea views give an outstanding backdrop to a south-facing lounge/dining room that has a lovely amount of space to relax and unwind, and includes a Sky connection point. Wonderfully lit by tall windows, the generous proportions easily accommodate both seating and dining areas, while a glazed door opens onto a covered balcony allowing you to relax in the sun and soak up the panoramic views. The easy flowing open plan layout of the room leads you into a stylish modern kitchen where a wealth of richly toned cabinets and sleek countertops provide ample storage and workspace. Well-appointed with an engineered wood floor, its impressive range of integrated appliances includes an eye level tower oven, gas hob, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge-freezer.
Perfectly positioned for you to look out to sea from the comfort of your own bed, the south-facing main bedroom has more of those superb views, and an enviable amount of storage within tasteful fitted wardrobes. Across the hallway, a second double bedroom is equally well-presented and benefits from an attractive en suite shower room. Arranged in a classic white tile setting, the modern suite of the family wet room includes a contemporary countertop basin and tall towel radiator.
The first floor landing offers convenient access to an exceptional communal roof terrace that provides a fantastic amount of landscaped outdoor space to sit and relax beneath the dappled shade of its timber pergolas.
Residents of Seaspray benefit from an entryphone system with a smartphone app, gas central heating and off-road parking in the car park at the rear of the building.
In Your Local Area
Conveniently situated with the town centre hubbub on your doorstep, this Worthing apartment is as stone's throw from the beach and historic pier. Take a stroll along the promenade to the in one direction and Marine Gardens in the other, or wander through the town centre with its numerous cafes, bars and restaurants.
East Worthing train station is under 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.
Off road parking is available in the car park to the rear of the building.
Approximately 89 years remaining.
Current Service Charge
£3,497.98 per annum.
Current Ground Rent
Council Tax 2020/21
Band C: £1,672.18
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.
Like many Town Centres, Worthing has an array of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Well known brands such as Marks & Spencer, Laura Ashley, Boots, Costa, H&M and Waterstones are based directly on the pedestrianised High Street. Away from the main streets you will find independent traders selling everything from clothes to board games. There are still butchers, bakers and fishmongers in the town giving it a traditional feel.
There is no shortage of places to eat, along with the recognisable chains, there is an abundance of family owned and independent restaurants and cafes. Our recommendation would be to try Ami Bistro let us know what you think?
No sea side town would be complete without a pier. Although Worthing doesn't boast to be the most famous, it has kept its traditional feel even after being rebuilt a number of times since it opened in 1862. It's also home to the Pavilion Theatre which houses live music, drama and film events.
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