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Wythall, West Midlands
Hillcrest Park is situated in an excellent location with bus links stopping just outside the park, that take you into Birmingham and Redditch. Within close proximity to the park, there is a supermarket, farm shop and restaurant and a friendly local pub is within walking distance. The park also benefits from a mobile library, a milkman and newspaper delivery service.
Lye Head, Bewdley, Worcs
Little Lakes Holiday Park is set within two hundred and fifty acres of Worcestershire's most beautiful countryside, just three miles from the picturesque Georgian town of Bewdley.
Homes for Sale: Homeseeker Olympia - £87,950 sited
Abbots Salford, Evesham
Abbot’s Salford on the banks of the River Avon between Evesham and Bidford-on-Avon, is laid out on 40 acres of river meadow land. With its own outdoor heated swimming pool (summer only), cafeteria, numerous outdoor activities and excellent fishing there is something for all the family.
Kewstoke, Weston Super Mare
40 Plots Available
Ardnave Park is situated on the spectacular Somerset coast surrounded by beautiful countryside, 200 yards from the beach which has breathtaking views over Bristol Channel and out to the islands of Steepholm and Flatholm which are both bird sanctuaries.. The village of Kewstoke offers all the necessary amenities including a shop, takeaway, hairdresser, public houses, restaurants and cafes, together with two hotels. This park is an exclusive new development built to the highest specification, to include individual homes of your personal choice. This exclusive development, built on a level site, will be arranged in small groups off a central avenue nestling under the protection of Worlebury Woods. The park will have ample parking. Show homes will soon be available. The majority of homes have garages and generous well appointed private gardens and all are set in picturesque surroundings. Residents must be retired or semi-retired ~ 50+. Pets by arrangement. Council Tax paid directly to council ~ Band A
Bristol, South Gloucestershire
Bristol is the largest and most lively city in the south-west of England and its waterside location, lined with historic buildings, tourist attractions, boats and restaurants make it a city full of beauty, energy and excitement. Bristol is also the gateway to the South West of England and as such is a great place from which to explore the wonders of Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. Doctor's surgery- 0.5 miles, dental practice- 0.5 miles, post office- 0.5 miles, nearest shop- 0.25 miles, nearest supermarket- 0.25 miles, nearest bus stop- park entrance, nearest train station- 1 mile
Situated in stunning countryside, the eight immaculate parks that comprise North Dales Leisure Parks group are within or near National Parks, mountains, moorland, Lakeland, fell, river or the beautiful coast. The parks offer a variety of self-catering holiday accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets and this includes Caravan Holiday Homes, luxury Lodges, Eco pods, touring and camping pitches. Brand new and pre-owned Caravan Holiday Homes and impressive Leisure Lodges are also available to buy as second homes.
Broadway Park is a pleasant 10 minute walk away from the picturesque village of Broadway with shops, banks, Post Office, cafés, restaurants, catering for all your needs.
Nearby Views of the Cotswolds and Malvern Hills. The Council Tax: Band A. This is a retired/semi-retired park where pets are welcom. Developing Plots: 50 plots (Early 2010)
The perfect retreat, situated in the midst of scenic woodlands in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside. The Coppice is encircled by 140 acres of Ockeridge Wood, providing an ideal venue for nature lovers, particularly as there is over 26 acres of woodland kept aside for forest walks and nature trails. The faithful royalist city of Worcester is only 8 miles away, with its rich blend of medieval and contemporary architecture offering quality modern shopping in historic environs.
princethorpe, Rugby, CV23 9PW
Hilltop Park Homes is a family-owned business with over 30 years experience in the park home industry, owning, managing and developing park home estates. Exclusive to over 45's retired or semi-retired, our parks offer the feeling of being part of a community, knowing that you are surrounded by like-minded people, in a secure environment. We are insistent on keeping the highest of standards so, to ensure we have full control over the development of our parks. Plots can include, private gardens, Garden area laid to lawn, extensive paved paths around home for access, private parking area next to home.
Over looking the River Severn with views of the Severn Valley railway where steam trains pass through the gorge, Hollins park has the countryside right on your doorstep – so if you want to walk, fish or simply relax and look at the views, Hollins park has it all. With shops and cafes and inns, Brignorth is a delightful place to visit. Historic buildings and river port, the two distinct parts of the town are connected by Bridgenorth Cliff railway way which runs every few minutes.
Locking, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, BS24 8RG
Situated just outside of Weston-super-Mare close to the village of Locking. Junction 21 of the M5 is easily accessible. A frequent bus service is available 600m from the park together with a private bus service providing transport into Weston super Mare two mornings per week.
Pets are accepted at the park owner's discretion, (max 2 pets) but cannot be replaced. A quiet peaceful park, approximately 145 homes on a popular and sought after park. Close to M5, countryside location.
Orchard Park is situated in the village of Twigworth between Tewkesbury, Gloucester and Cheltenham, with a bus stop by the park entrance and a shop on the park. The Park is about to undergo a redevelopment which will see the highest of standards in park homes in the Midlands, with each plot finished with natural gas, adjacent garages and beautiful landscaping.
Primrose Hill is a delightful residential park situated in the village of Charlton Mackrell and is surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Somerset. The local village offers a church, Post Office & stores and also caters for a variety of interests at the two Community Centres e.g. friendly W.I., gardening and art classes. The park is only three miles away from Somerton, a busy market town with all the necessary amenities. Most of the plots on Primrose Hill have large well-established gardens, which provide the park with a pleasant open feel in keeping with the picturesque landscape. Residents must be retired or semi-retired ~ 50+. Pets by arrangement . Council Tax paid directly to council ~ Band vary
Burnham on Sea, Somerset
Sandy Glade Holiday Park is easy to reach, just fifteen minutes from the M5, yet puts you right on a great stretch of Somerset coast. You can enjoy the long, sandy beaches of both Berrow and Brean which are a short walk from the park. The beaches are famous for their sand dunes, which kids will love playing on, and you’ll find that Brean Sands is a perfect beach for sunbathing, playing in the sand or paddling into the water.
Faringdon Road, Gloucestershire
St Johns Priory Park is in an excellent location close to the banks of the River Thames. It is well established and friendly park that has an endearing sense of community with some residents having lived there for over 25 years.
There is a local bus service in daily operation (except Sundays) from outside the park entrance. Local amenities including doctor's surgery, dental, post office and shop are approx. 1 mile away.
There are many historic Cotswold towns within easy driving distance of the park, including Burford, Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water (known as the Venice of the Cotswolds) and Cheltenham (famous for its horse racing). The Cotswold Water Park also offers many varied attractions including river boating, sailing, fishing and even a bathing beach! Doctor's surgery- less than 1 mile, dental practice- less than 1 mile, post office- less than 1 mile, nearest shop- less than 1 mile, nearest supermarket- 10 miles, nearest bus stop- park entrance, nearest train station- 12 miles
West Side, North Littleton, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 8QP
A unique opportunity for your Park Home purchase in Worcestershire. Westbrook Green is set within the conservation area in North Littleton, one of the Vale of Evesham's rare 'chocolate box' villages where the bird song is louder than the traffic noise! Developed in 2012, Westbrook Green is a low density development just 12 homes with new landscaping and block paved roads and parking for each new home. Wide choice of plots currently available.
Prices start £139,995 for a brand new twin unit with Canexel exterior, Oak style UPVC double glazing, gas central heating, spacious lounge with electric fire, high quality kitchens with integrated appliances, 2 bedrooms, high specification bathroom and a fantastic choice of designer curtains and floor coverings the Homeseeker Signature range offers. Price includes brick skirt, steps and sun deck. Our new show home, which includes all of the above plus bay windows, ensuite to master bedroom, full furnishing package and larger sundeck, on a premium plot available from £140,000. All homes are sold with a one year manufacturers warranty plus a 10 year Goldshield Warranty.
Westbrook Green has planning permission for full residential use and homes are sold with the benefit of a Mobile Homes Act agreement offering full security of tenure for owner occupiers.
Wildwood Park is situated in the Cotswolds, one of the most beautiful areas of rural England, 1 mile from the picturesque market town of Cirencester. The park has walking access to the village shop and pub and benefits from a bus stop right out side the park. Each of these park homes in the Midlands is connected to Natural gas and most homes have adjacent garages. There are some exceptional outlooks over the surrounding area, providing residents with an idyllic environment in which to enjoy their retirement.
Wootton Wawen, West Midlands
Wootton Hall is one of the Midlands' premier residential parks. It is ideally situated for mature residents who would like to live in a quiet peaceful environment. The Park is fully developed with its own shop, post office, club and bowling green. Henley-in-Arden is only a couple of miles away with its own doctors, banks, market and variety of shops.
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With a Homeseeker park home you can benefit from a range of further optional money and energy-saving features offered by some parks that will not only help save the environment but also the money in your pocket! These features include:
A water-butt system that collects rainwater from your roof for 101 uses such as watering the garden, washing your windows and car or giving your dog a drink.
A plumbed-in systems that recycles water from your shower and hand basins for use by your toilet flush system.
In the right location this eco-friendly system utilises renewable energy stored in the ground to provide one of the most energy-efficient ways of heating your Homeseeker park home. The only energy used by ground source heating systems is electricity to power the pumps which nevertheless deliver three or four times more thermal energy (heat) than is used in electrical energy to drive the system.