Worthing

Cavendish House

Our first Worthing seafront properties are now being marketed by our agents Michael Jones. These stunning 1, 2 and 3 bedroom seafront apartments are now available to buy and looking fab.

As you'd expect from one of our homes light and sociable living areas have been prioritised creating the perfect space to hangout, with an open plan kitchen and space for a dining table.

Just 15 minutes walk from Worthing Station these new homes are well placed to make the most of the things we love about Worthing - the pier, theatre, cinema and good food and drink with the south downs on your door step.

 

For more details or to arrange a viewing please contact Michael Jones: sales@michaeljones.co.uk

Now launching- Cavendish House, Worthing

We've talked about some of the reasons to move to Worthing before, and now we can add one more...an Uplift home.

If you've expressed an interest in one of our Worthing properties,  are one of our neighbours on Marine Parade, or local to Worthing and have been keeping an eye on the changes at Cavendish House, you can now come and see what we've been doing.

Our agents Michael Jones will be holding an open day on Saturday 22 July from 10am - 4pm, so do stop by or get in touch with Max to arrange a viewing if you can't make it to the open day.

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Vibrant piers and palm-lined beaches: Worthing by artist Angela Lyons

We've fallen in love with these beautiful paintings of our favourite seaside town by local artist Angela Lyons. Turns out Angela is a pretty big fan of Worthing herself, so luckily she was happy to spare a few minutes last week to tell us more about the town and her incredible work.

Hi Angela, we love your paintings of Worthing, the colours are stunning. What inspired you to paint them and why Worthing in particular?

I work exclusively in oils on canvas, using bright, vibrant colours and a photorealist technique. Having grown up in Newcastle, I moved down to the south coast, living first in Brighton and then moving across to Worthing when my two children were little.

Living in Worthing, by the sea, means I don’t have to go too far for inspiration. The light here is beautiful, be it in summer or winter, and the seafront is generally quieter and less spoilt than Brighton. I’m a firm believer that it’s the simple things in life that make for the most pleasure, so I like to capture the beauty of every day life, from deckchairs on the beach, to a beautiful sunset to tempting, tasty treats. 

I'm really interested to know a little bit more about your practise and how you like to work? Do you paint on the spot or from memory?

I work from a studio in my house and I capture all the images for my paintings on camera, but I also have the memory of being there. For my food paintings, I set the scene in my studio, but still take photos, as cakes, eggs and toast can't sit around too long!

We love Worthing, the pier, the people and the sea. What drew you here and what do you love about the town?

Worthing Pier is just stunning in its simplicity and design, it features heavily in my recent work which you can see in the local Cloud Gallery and online here: http://www.cloudgalleryfineart.co.uk/artists/119/angela-lyons.

What drew me to Worthing is its proximity to Brighton and London (as well as the stunning South Downs), but it has a more peaceful and relaxed atmosphere. I love that I can walk out of my house and be on a quiet and palm-lined beach in five minutes.

Thank you Angela. 

To see more of Angela’s work check out her website where you can find links to purchase her paintings and grab a little slice of Worthing for yourself
 
http://www.angelalyonsart.co.uk/

And if all that talk of palm-lined beaches has got you inspired, get in touch with the Uplift team to find out about our most recent development: team@upliftproperty.co.uk