Offers Over £240,000 - New Instruction

  • Upper maisonette
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Open plan dual aspect living/dining room
  • Stylish kitchen
  • Popular conservation area
  • Impressive modern interior
  • Luxury bathroom
  • Period charm
  • Grade II listed building
  • Moments from the beach and town centre

Step Inside

With its superb town centre location only moments from the beach in a highly regarded conservation area, this impressive maisonette benefits from the best of both worlds. Stretched out over the first and second floors of an elegant early 19th century building, high ceilings, bay sash windows and generous proportions combine with a wealth of contemporary finishing touches to create a fantastic example of modern life in a period property.

The front door opens from the communal entrance hall on the ground floor onto the soft grey and white colour scheme that flows throughout this stylish home. Once inside, a classic period staircase winds its way up to the first floor where a dual aspect living/dining room instantly gives a great sense of space. Hugely versatile, this sociable open plan layout has plenty of room to relax and entertain. A central archway subtly delineates the space, while a picture perfect sash window offers views down to the sea.

Sash bay windows add plenty of charm and character to the modern kitchen with its freestanding cooker and washing machine. Richly toned Shaker-style cabinets and wooden countertops supply ample storage and work space, and a wide stainless steel sink is a sleek finishing touch.

The feeling of light and space continues upstairs in each of the double bedrooms. Equally well-presented, whilst a duo of sash windows in the master bedroom looks out over the rooftops, the second bedroom has more of those oblique sea views. Providing a luxurious feel, the dual aspect family bathroom adds a contemporary twist to its Grade II listed surroundings and has plenty of storage. Arranged around a central bath with both overhead and pull-out showers, its modern suite includes a wide moulded basin and tastefully chosen mirror in a refined tile setting.

In your local area

With the beach and seafront only moments from your door, this upper maisonette 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 just around the corner, 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 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 commuter routes and Worthing mainline station is just under a mile and a half from your door.

Approximately 152 years remaining.

Current Service Charge
Approximately £2,000 per annum.

Ground Rent

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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