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Park home review: Omar Heritage


An imposing entrance with widely spaced white fluted columns creates an impression of elegance before you step inside the Heritage – a new park home from Omar.

The columns border not just the door but also windows on either side. It looks stunning, in a stately home sort of way; definitely befitting the name Heritage.

The exterior is pale cream stucco, accentuated by graphite CanExel Herringbone cladding which emphasises the peak in the roof above the doorway.
One of the two window areas has French doors which open from the dining area onto your decking; the other window area is composed of two separate windows, close together and slightly frosted to make you intrigued about what’s inside…

We step inside into a hallway that’s enormous by park home standards, and then on into the kitchen and dining room as we begin to explore. The demarcation between the two is carpet for the dining area (its ultra-deep pile is noticeable as soon as you step onto it) and pale-wood laminate in the kitchen.

Dining room

It’s easy to imagine dining here, with the French doors open to your decking and the sun streaming in. The dining area is an alcove by the double doors. The table is oval with four comfortably-shaped, almost winged-style chairs.

A chandelier hangs above the dining table; immediately, you know the Heritage exudes opulence.


Twin Velux roof lights are set into the kitchen ceiling. An enormous SMEG range cooker with twin hobs (one with four burners, the other three), plus two ovens and two warmers together present a fantastic array of cooking facilities.

There’s a huge Belfast sink and lots of storage space plus an enormous SMEG American fridge-freezer.


Three bay windows ensure the lounge is light and airy. Three oblong recessed shelves are features, together with a beautiful three-piece suite upholstered in Ritz Fawn crushed velvet. It’s a lovely lounge.

Utility room

This is an interestingly adaptable room; an adjunct to the kitchen in more ways than the practicality of housing the washing machine. It has a sink, microwave and copious cabinets.


A desk suite runs all along one wall, with cabinets and shelves above. There’s enough space here to hide away all of the household paperwork that everyone accumulates – and space, too, to relax quietly with a book or browse online here.

Bedrooms and bathrooms

The bathroom is luxurious, with a freestanding bath and waterfall tap, and amazing feature tall radiators that are comprosed of two radiator panels framing a long mirror.
Grey wall tiles and a different shade of grey for the floor tiles create a clean, modern look.

The main bedroom has a bay window and features a traditional-style dressing table with an oval mirror on a stand, again accentuating the significance of the Heritage’s name.
Off the bedroom is a large dressing wardrobe area with a complexity of shelving, shoe racks drawers and hanging space.

A mirror in an ornate frame occupies almost all of the end wall; no excuse for not checking up on your appearance!  A Velux skylight keeps the dressing room light and bright.
The en suite shower room is alongside, with a huge shower, floor-to-ceiling tiled in pale grey – the same scheme as in the bathroom. There’s a roof light and, like the main bathroom, the shower room has a tall radiator designed around a full-length mirror.

The second bedroom has a floor-to-ceiling bay window and furnishings in traditional style. A spectacular five-point pendant light emphasises the Heritage’s classical styling.
The Heritage is available in four standard floor plans.

Our review example is the 50ft x 22ft. There’s also a 50ft x 20ft, 60ft x 22ft and 60ft x 20ft.

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