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Residential park profile: White Horse Park, Weymouth


Etched into the Jurassic Coastline lies White Horse Park, which is situated on the outskirts of Weymouth, providing stunning views of Weymouth Bay, and the famous White Horse.

Comprising just nine residential park homes, this exclusive development offers a variety of homes with sea and countryside views. The park welcomes residents over the age of 45 years who are looking for a home by the sea. All homes have private parking for two cars, landscaped garden or bespoke decking, and a shed with a power supply and lighting.

Weymouth is a resort, port, and shopping town all rolled into one. The harbour area offers a good choice of restaurants, bars, and cafés, and large variety of shops  Weymouth Bay is famous for its large stretch of golden beach and promenade, making it one of Dorset’s most popular destinations.

White Horse Park Homes is owned by Henry Simmons of Tranquility Parks who own and manage several reputable parks in Dorset and Devon. 

The Simmons family have been in the park home industry since 1959 and pride themselves on providing a high standard of park home living.

There are currently several new Omar and Wessex homes available ranging from £245,000 to £399,950.

Drive along the coastal road for a few more miles and you can enjoy endless days out on any of the Studland beaches or Sandbanks and Poole Harbour – from Osmington you really do have
some of the best of UK beaches and harbours within really easy striking distance.

All homes have a full secure tenure for residential occupation 12 months of the year. Built to BS: 3632:2015 residential standards, homes here come with central heating, double glazing, full insulation and have a minimum lifespan of 70 years. The park is pet-friendly; residents are permitted up to two dogs.
Getting there: Take the A353 through Osmington on the Preston Road into Weymouth, where the park can be found on Osmington Hill almost adjacent to the White Horse viewing area.

To find more park and holiday home inspiration, you can get the latest issue of our magazine dedicated to this sector here.

And to find your ideal park or holiday home have a look at our reviews section here.

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