Description

  • Sought after seafront location
  • Vacant three bedroom Ground Floor Art Deco Apartment with Direct Sea Views
  • Secure underground store room and Garage included
LOCATION Onslow Court occupies an enviable position right on the seafront on the corner of Brighton Road (A259 Coast Road) and Brougham Road. Worthing town centre with its comprehensive shopping facilities, range of bars and cafes along with Splashpoint leisure centre are within the vicinity with regular bus services along the coast available. Worthing mainline railway station is close by providing links to London, Brighton, Gatwick and the surrounding areas. Excellent road links are provided by the A259 with the A27 and A24 easily accessible. DESCRIPTION Onslow Court is a 1930s art deco block of apartments and the property occupies an excellent position on the south west corner of the ground floor. The property provides spacious accommodation and comprises three good sized double bedrooms, a substantial reception room with bow windows offering stunning sea views and a good size kitchen and bathroom. The property also benefits from a garage which is located to the rear of the block and a substantial store room housed in a secure area within the basement of the building. ACCOMMODATION Entrance Hall Lounge: 7m x 4.8m Average Kitchen/Dining room: 4.9m x 4m Bedroom 1: 4.9m x 3.2m Bedroom 2: 4.9m x 2.8m Bedroom 3: 4.9m x 3.5m Bathroom: 2.9m x 2.2m Garage: 5.5 x 2.4m Store room: 4 x 1.6 TENURE Leasehold with vacant possession OUTGOINGS Lease: 125 years from 1st February 2018 Ground rent: £150 per annum Service charge: £2,437.90 half yearly

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