McCarthy & Stone - Triton House, BN11
This development is under construction.
Within walking distance of the beach, this Retirement Living development is situated in Worthing, a traditional yet bustling seaside town with so much to do and see.
A small development of just 26 one and two bedroom apartments, Triton House will mirror the community feel of the local town. Many of the apartments will have their own balconies, where you can enjoy a little peace and quiet with a cup of tea or perhaps a glass of wine. For socialising with your fellow homeowners you’ll have access to two luxurious communal lounges, one in Triton House and another in the neighbouring development, Neptune House. The charming courtyard garden will also be the perfect place to enjoy peaceful summer evenings.
Our aim is to make each and every day easier for you. At Neptune House there will be a bistro which you can make use of whenever you don’t feel like cooking or to buy your daily essentials, and there will also be a hair and nail salon for when you’re in need of a little pampering. At Triton House the House Manager will be on-site during office hours and there will be a 24-hour call system in case of emergencies. For your safety and security, there’ll be a camera entry system linked with your television, so you can see who you’re letting in, and we guarantee accessibility throughout all our developments, including a lift to all floors.
For all your transport needs, near and far, the development will have car parking and there are bus stops on either side of the road directly outside the development site. The bus routes will take you into the town centre (just 0.4 miles from the development) and to the surrounding towns and villages. And from Worthing train station (just over a mile away) you can reach Brighton in 20 minutes and London Victoria in 90 minutes.
The town centre itself has all the amenities you could ask for, including various supermarkets, high-street favourites and independent boutiques, and a wealth of pubs, cafés and eateries, as well as a doctor’s surgery, several pharmacies and a leisure centre, to name but a few!
Just a few hundred feet from the development is Marine Parade, from which Worthing’s famous pier extends into the sea. Take in the sea air with a stroll along the pier and enjoy displays of spectacular artwork, try your hand at fishing or sample one of the many treats available from the pier’s Art Deco cafe.
The town also has a host of art and cultural offerings. A variety of independent cinemas are dotted throughout the town, including The Dome Cinema, one of the oldest working cinemas in the UK. Head to the Pavilion Theatre, situated on the promenade at the entrance of Worthing pier, to enjoy performances including theatre, music and dance, or browse the craft markets and fairs hosted here regularly. And at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery you can take in everything from costume and toy collections to social history and archaeological displays.
Situated at the foot of the South Downs, Worthing is the perfect place from which to explore all that this National Park has to offer. As well as the huge variety of walking and cycling opportunities, it is also a place of huge historical significance. Cissbury Ring is an Iron Age hill-fort built around 2500BC – marvel at the undulating pits and mounds that mark out the hill-fort’s remains and enjoy spectacular views in every direction from this magnificent landmark.
What’s more, Highdown Hill is the site of a Bronze Age settlement that has produced some fascinating archaeological finds and, on a clear day, you can see as far as the Isle of Wight! While you’re in the area, why not visit Highdown Gardens. Overlooking the sea, these beautiful chalk gardens are home to a unique collection of plants and trees. And don’t forget to pop in to Highdown Tea Rooms on your way home!
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