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Benefits of buying a park home - new homes by the waterside and in the countryside

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Your search for your new home starts here. We're taking a look at parks in really special locations by water and amid countryside, across eight counties - as if you needed any further inspiration on the benefits of park home living...

There’s never a better time to contemplate a move to park home living than in the months of long days and warmth.

Somehow, ideal weather inspires us all to get into forward planning mode.

That’s why we look at some stunning locations to set you thinking.

Whether you are looking for waterside living or country views, you may feel inspired by this sample of impressive parks.

Port Werburgh Park in Kent

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One of Britain’s most impressive park home locations is Port Werburgh Park, with spectacular views over Port Werburgh Marina and the River Medway. It’s an exclusive Omar and Wessex home development, a new park with plots available for you to have an Omar or Wessex home to your own specification.

Yarwell Mill Country Park in Cambridgeshire

Yarwell Mill

If you like waterside living and are looking in the central area of England, you should consider Yarwell Mill Country Park in Cambridgeshire, beside the River Nene and within easy distance of Peterborough.

Red River Country Park in Essex

Red River Country Park, owned by Monte Carlo Parks, on the bank of the River Crouch, is another waterside location to consider, with yacht clubs (and also golf clubs) nearby. Stately-Albion show homes are here, and you can choose any home from the Omar range.

Hazelgrove Residential Park in Yorkshire

Hazelgrove

Life by the sea? If that’s your desire, Tingdene Parks’ Hazelgrove Residential Park has it covered. Hazelgrove is at Saltburn-by-the-Sea, a resort with Victorian charm in North Yorkshire.

Saltburn sits between the coastline known as the Heritage Coast of Cleveland and the North York Moors National Park. There are Tingdene Barnwell Homes available on the park; these models are popular among buyers seeking a home with a separate lounge, rather than an open-plan living space.

Otter Valley Park in Devon

Otter Valley

If you fancy relocating to Devon, take a look at pretty Otter Valley Park, with gorgeous countryside views. It’s close to the market town of Honiton, famous for its lacemaking history. Two new luxury homes are arriving shortly and there is one home for sale already sited, ready to move into.

Kirkstead Bridge in Lincolnshire

Amid the lovely flat lands of Lincolnshire and close to the small character town of Woodhall Spa, where aviation history mixes with antiques and golf, is Tingdene Parks’ Kirkstead Bridge, with far-reaching views. It’s a new park, with lots of plots from which to choose. And, although the park doesn’t have river views, the River Witham runs close by and fishing rights can be purchased.

Warfield Park in Berkshire

Warfield-Park

Warfield Park is a lovely environment in a wonderful woodland setting in Berkshire. This is a really special place, a park with no lower age restriction for residents, a thriving community centre with lots of activities organised – and park home prices that represent amazing value for money compared with the high house prices of the surrounding area.

Wixfield Park in Suffolk

The mild, sunny climate, genteel resorts and music, art and literary connections make Suffolk a very desirable location. Wixfield Park, owned by Tingdene Parks, is in what is known as Constable country – the region made famous by the artist John Constable. A new development is taking place at this established park; lots of plots are available from which to choose.

If you are interested in finding out more about park and holiday homes, Park and Holiday Home Inspiration magazine is for you.

You can download a copy of Park and Holiday Home Inspiration magazine here.

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