Modern living with a rich history

The Courtyard is a graciously modernised Grade II listed development, with a rich history as a treasured local restaurant. This unique development of three individual apartments and one two-bedroom house in the heart of Worthing Town Centre accomodates high-quality, modern finishes whilst appreciating the beauty that original character features can offer.

Previously occupied by commercial owners, the building is known locally as 'Trenchers' or 'Room 4 Living'; both of which were popular restaurants in the 80's, 90's and 00's, the building was chosen by Paul Nash Properties Ltd. due to it’s alluring charm and prominent position within the town centre.

Paul Nash Properties Ltd. was formed 3 years ago following a 7 year working relationship between Brighton based developer, Paul Nash, and Richard Moore, a Worthing based builder. Paul and Richard have worked closely together on numerous renovations, conversions and new builds in and around the Brighton and Worthing areas and have manufactured a reputation for sophisticated, contemporary buildings. 

Richard and Paul take great care and pride in returning properties to their former glory, with their choice of quality fixtures and fittings, sympathetically chosen to be in keeping with the age and design of the property but with a stylish, contemporary edge. 

 

 

Get closer to life

The Courtyard, Portland Road is perfectly positioned for a carefree and easy lifestyle. Situated in the heart of Worthing Town Centre, the development is within walking distance of the high street shops, relaxed beachfront bars and restaurants and a seafront gym with indoor pools. 

The benefits of residing in such a central location are countless. From a morning stroll along the promenade to lazy days on the beach or picnics in the nearby parks and gardens, to popping out for a pint of milk; everything you could imagine is right here on your doorstep.

From cheap eats to fine dining, Worthing’s restaurant scene is not one to be sniffed at. Home to Master Chef Winner Kenny Tutt, Worthing was the obvious choice for his first restaurant, Pitch; which has over 600 4 & 5 star reviews on Trip Advisor.

Worthing is also proud of it’s reputation for theatre, music and events across the town; with one of the oldest working cinemas in England located on it’s seafront and two further theatre venues in it’s centre.

Travelling around the area couldn’t be simpler, as Worthing train station lies just a short walk North of Portland Road. The town makes a perfect base from which to explore wider Sussex, being just over 90 minutes to London Victoria by train or 35 minutes to Brighton. For shorter distances, there are regular buses that pass through the town. Car journeys are equally as effortless, with all destinations easily reached via the A27.

 

 

 

Map Key

1. Worthing Town Centre
2. Marine Parade Bars & Restaurants
3. Splashpoint Gym & Pool
4. Waitrose Supermarket
5. Lidl Supermarket
6. Worthing Train Station
7. Beach House Park
8. Homefield Park
9. Victoria Park
10. Steyne Gardens
11. Worthing Hospital
 

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