Oxford Road, Worthing, BN11
£369 per week (£1,600 per month)
£646 per week
With a central position on Worthing seafront and one of the most enviable outlooks on the south coast, Marine Parade is the perfect seafront home. Boasting five floors of spacious volume filled accommodation and awesome sea views this refurbished Georgian Townhouse is one to see.
Having been renovated throughout the design led interiors are presented in superb order. Upon entering you are welcomed in to a hallway with geometric tiles to the floor and a period staircase to the upper and lower floors. The floorplan shows the layout and extent of accommodation giving an idea of how the property is currently configured. Briefly the ground floor comprises of a substantial kitchen diner with a stunning range of units and a dining area with direct sea views, a rear lobby with space for coats and buggies along with a downstairs cloakroom. To the lower ground floor are two receptions with additional storage and a utility room with plumbing for appliances as well as a boiler and water tank. A rear door leads to a private terrace which has access to the parking. To the first floor is a stunning formal reception room with twin sets of doors to the south facing balcony with sea views, a period fireplace and tall ceilings. A large bedroom which equally could be used as a further reception, large storage cupboard and a stunning shower room. To the second floor is an incredible master suite with the bedroom benefiting from a south aspect with views. An adjoining dressing area has space for storage and in turn leads in to a luxurious en-suite with underfloor heating and a stunning freestanding bath along with twin sinks, w.c and walk in shower. To the third floor are two further bedrooms with different aspects and a family bathroom with a rolltop bath, w.c and basin.
The aforementioned lower ground floor is a versatile space currently set up as reception space but one which could easily be used as separate accommodation if required with a separate rear entrance.
A particular feature of this Grade ll listed home is the private rear parking to the rear of the property in the form of a car port, a real bonus in such a central location.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the overall size, quality, accommodation and location of such a traditional home. It is ideally positioned in the heart of Worthing and perfect for everyday needs, the Post Office , Dome Cinema and the Connaught Theatres are only a few minutes’ walk and the house stands moments away from the main shopping areas with stores including, Debenhams, Marks and Spencer, Boots, Bars, Restaurants and many more. You only have to cross the road to the seafront with a wide promenade perfect for people watching with a stroll in either direction. The A259 gives access to Brighton to the east and Chichester to the West . Multiple bus routes can be found close by and Worthing mainline station providing direct travel to London Victoria is within three quarters of a mile.