Set in the large seaside town of Worthing at the foot of the South Downs, Neptune House is situated a stone's throw from the seafront with amenities close by, offering you the level of luxury and convenience you want in retirement.
All 59 one and two bedroom apartments will incorporate intelligent design, giving you beautiful yet practical living spaces, including plenty of storage, walk-in showers with slip resistant floor tiles and raised sockets. Many apartments even have their own balconies!
For socialising with fellow homeowners or visiting friends and family you'll have access to a luxurious homeowners' lounge. There's even a guest suite if your visitors wish to stay overnight. The spacious landscaped gardens are the perfect place to enjoy peaceful summer evenings.
Our aim is to make each and every day easier for you. Our support services are totally flexible, so you'll pay only for the care you use. What's more there is a bistro, which you can make use of whenever you don't feel like cooking, and there is also a hair and nail salon for when you're in need of a little pampering. The Estate Management team will be on hand 24 hours a day and there'll be an Estates Manager overseeing all aspects of the development, from your personal care to buildings maintenance. You'll also benefit from the added security of a camera entry system. We also ensure all of our developments are fully accessible, with lifts and level access.
The town centre is a short bus ride away from the development, where you'll find a whole host of local amenities, including various supermarkets, a doctor's surgery, several pharmacies and a leisure centre. The train station is also just over a mile away, from which you can reach Brighton in just 20 minutes and London Victoria in 90 minutes. Worthing is also home to a wealth of pubs, cafes and eateries, as well as all your favourite high-street shops and some lovely independent boutiques.
- Beautiful seaside location at the foot of the South Downs
- Personal care tailored to your needs and preferences
- Access to two elegant communal lounges to socialise with friends
- Local amenities and markets close by
- Bistro serving nutritious meals
- Staff on hand 24 hours a day
- Car Club
- Lifts to all floors
- Camera entry system
- 24/7 call system
- Estates Manager
- Mobility scooter room
- Landscaped gardens
- Car parking
See for yourself what Neptune House has to offer with virtual tours of our one bedroom apartment, two bedroom apartment and communal areas. To get the best experience click the full screen icon with the four arrows below in the bottom left menu bar.
Interactive Site Plan
Our interactive site plan allows you to easily find available retirement properties. Click the tabs to view each floor. You'll see that one-bedroom homes are in yellow and two-bedroom homes are in purple. When you click on a property, you'll find out whether it is available for sale, rent or shared ownership, as well as pricing. Click on 'view property' to find out more. Retirement homes shown in red are already reserved, sold or rented out, but may be available on our Resales website.
The properties at this development are leasehold properties with a term of 999 years from and including 01/01/2019
Living at Neptune & Triton House
Living in Worthing
Worthing is a beautiful seaside town with a rich history (both ancient and recent) just 10 miles west of Brighton. Home to Britain's largest concentration of Stone Age flint mines, it was also a well-known hotspot among wealthy Georgians and Victorians. And it remains popular today thanks to its warm climate, laid-back atmosphere and variety of local attractions and events.
The site for Neptune House is just a few hundred feet from the sea front and a short stroll to the main beach. Enjoy the sea air and take a walk along the front to Worthing's famous pier, where you?ll find fantastic artwork displays among the ice cream vendors and fishing points, as well as a stunning art deco cafe.
You?ll find art and cultural offerings around every corner in Worthing. The town is home to a variety of independent cinemas, including one of the oldest working cinemas in the UK. For theatre, music, dance and more, head to the Pavilion Theatre on the promenade, where you can also browse regular craft markets and fairs. And Worthing Museum and Art Gallery features a wide range of fascinating collections and displays, from costume and toys to social history and archaeology.
With the South Downs National Park on Worthing's doorstep, there are endless opportunities for walking and cycling among spectacular scenery. What's more, Cissbury Ring, an Iron Age hill-fort built around 2500BC, lies just 5 miles north of Worthing ? the site's undulating pits and mounds mark out its remains and from here you can enjoy stunning views in every direction.
- Conveniently situated close to these local amenities:
- Bus stop
If you like to be beside the seaside, Neptune House is a stone’s throw from the seafront, with cafés, restaurants and a bingo hall in close proximity.
Within 1 mile, you can visit Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, Harold Pinter's blue plaque, the Dome Cinema and The Forge Gallery.
Plus, there is a Marks & Spencer just 0.6 miles away and a number of other convenience stores nearby.
Getting to Location
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