Small is beautiful at transformed park-home estate
Complete development over the past seven years has transformed Rymer Point Park which is located five miles from Thetford in Norfolk.
Although it can trace its roots back to the Second World War, Rymer has been transformed since 2007.
Now a gated estate (residents are issued with remote controls), it boasts a new boundary wall, drains, water and electrical systems, individual lpg tanks, street lights, block-paved roads and drives plus extensive landscaping.
That’s not to mention 30 new plots for homes, all of them twin units and all of them on the level. No hills here.
Rymer forms part of the Park Life Group which numbers 40 parks spread across 13 counties of England, all but one of them residential. Some 3,000 people live on estates owned by PLG, which is the longest-established park home operator in the UK.
Covering three acres, Rymer is surrounded by open fields with RAF Honington, location for the filming of the tv series, Dad’s Army, just a short distance away. But there is no flying these days from this former airfield; no noise pollution at all in this quiet rural setting.
That is the big attraction of this small, cosy park: peace and quiet, seclusion, lots of country walks and lots of opportunities to enjoy the bird and wild life.
Prices of new homes start at £119,950: all have parking alongside but no garages. Ground rent costs £148.82 per calendar month. Minimum age for residents is 45 and pets are welcome.
More details from http://www.parklifegroup.com