Don’t miss out! Just one apartment left at The Waterfront

20th January 2016

Property hunters in West Sussex have one last chance to snap up an apartment at Kier Living Eastern’s award-winning development The Waterfront, Worthing.

Don’t miss out! Just one apartment left at The Waterfront

Property hunters in West Sussex have one last chance to snap up an apartment at Kier Living Eastern’s award-winning development The Waterfront, Worthing.

The last remaining home, a luxurious two-bedroom apartment, is on the market at £429,995 and benefits from an enviable sea front location at Eirene Road. The development has been critically acclaimed, having won the Residential category at last year’s prestigious Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Awards for South East England.

The Waterfront also proved so popular with one couple, the Clarks, that they upgraded from a one bedroom apartment to a two bedroom home within months of moving in.

After spending time at their new apartment as a second home, the Clarks were both so enamoured with the Waterfront that they made the decision to settle in Worthing when they retire; Mr Clark from his role as a consulting engineer and Mrs Clark from hers as a travel agent.

Father-of-two Mr Clark, 66, said: “We knew we would need a second bedroom if this was going to be a permanent home, and we decided to upgrade here because we like it so much.

“The lifestyle is fantastic, right on the beach with lots of golf courses nearby. We’re really happy with our decision to upgrade.”

Jane Johnson, regional sales and marketing manager at Kier Living Eastern, said: “We don’t expect this last apartment to be up for grabs for too long, so we would urge any interested parties to arrange a viewing as soon as possible.”

The Waterfront is a unique development, designed in the shape of a catamaran to reflect Worthing’s proud sailing heritage. The collection of one and two-bedroom apartments nestles alongside three-bedroom houses, underground parking and a medical centre, and is adjacent to the thriving Worthing Sailing Club. The properties themselves were sympathetically designed and constructed to fit in with the local architecture and vistas, with a seaside theme in mind.