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Park home review: Prestige Homeseeker Grand Symphony


Prestige Homeseeker’s flagship home is grand in every sense. Now with new style elements, this is undoubtedly the mansion of the park home world.

It has been described as a dream home, a masterpiece, elegant and expensive. The fantastic flagship Grand Symphony is all of those things – and a whole lot more.

If you aspire to the very best in park home living, we’d recommend you take a trip to Prestige Homeseeker’s showground in Northamptonshire, where there’s a Grand Symphony for you to spend time in, get to know and allow its allure to inspire you.

The Grand Symphony will also be on display at the World of Park and Leisure Homes Show at Stoneleigh in Warwickshire (7-9 June).

Is the Grand Symphony the ultimate in park homes? It certainly comes close to it.

This enormous, elaborate home, which comes in sizes up to 65ft by 22ft and can have up to four bedrooms, was launched in 2012 and immediately made the statement that park home living can reach heights of luxury beyond most people’s imagination. This fabulous home has been making that statement ever since – and now has a raft of updates and changes, taking it to a new level.

The new furniture and colour scheme of classic creams and greys is mixed with some unusual features including lustrous silvery fabric for headboards, dark wood panelled doors and a mirrored splashback that stretches the length of a kitchen wall.

The dining room now has a feature radiator – and a built-in wine storage unit. Natural light now floods into the walk-in wardrobe. And extra storage space has been created for essential items, including a vacuum and an ironing board.


grand symphony kitchen

It’s perhaps the Grand Symphony’s kitchen that will impress you the most, for its wow-factor ultimate luxury appeal. It’s a vision of gleaming pure white, trimmed with gold-coloured slim cabinet handles to add glamour and finesse to the streamlined drawers and cabinets.

Glass-doored top cabinets with interior lighting sit above the magnificent mirror splashback to which we referred earlier. Deep marble worktops are splendid, as is the central island unit that incorporates a breakfast bar. Three globe lights hang over the breakfast bar, suspended from the high-vaulted ceiling; gold at the top of the globes, gleaming glass below. This is a fabulous kitchen by any standards.

Appliances include a five-burner hob set into the island unit, double oven, warming drawer, wine cooler and American-style fridge-freezer.

Dining area

grand symphony dining area

A delicate chandelier-style pendant light and a wine rack to hand by the dining table – these two features alone spell out opulence. The dining table’s dark wood contrasts elegantly with the plain grey upholstery of the comfortable, curved chairs.

And the new, tall feature radiator injects a touch of the modern style that melds so well with touches of classic design throughout the Grand Symphony.


Dark wood panelled double doors open from the dining area into the lounge where a magnificent, imposing white fireplace draws attention immediately; this is an element of the home’s styling that can be termed ‘grand’.

Creams, pure whites and a grey wall that emphasises the vaulted ceiling all help to create a fantastic lounge – and a huge mirror above the fireplace mixes tradition with super modernity.

Bedrooms and bathrooms

grand symphony bedroom

You can have a Grand Symphony with two, three or even four bedrooms. Sumptuously upholstered headboards and a fantastic amount of storage space are keynotes here. Fine white curtains with a subtle embossed pattern, stark glossy black clean-lines furniture and loads of wardrobe and walk-in storage are elements that will impress you.

The new Grand Symphony has increased storage in the en suite, and a low-profile stone resin shower tray – another new feature – under the large waterfall shower.

White marble tiles look gorgeous. Here again, dark wood is introduced for a touch of tradition.


Dark wood and a leather-upholstered chair characterise the smallest room in the Grand Symphony – a cosy hideaway for reading, media matters or attending to admin necessities.

The Grand Symphony has been Prestige Homeseeker’s flagship since its initial unveiling in 2012. With the style tweaks now brought in, this superior home is even befitting of park home mansion status.

Everywhere in the Grand Symphony, the amount of space will also impress you – helped by the vaulted ceiling throughout. This is an enchanting home, sophisticated, and – yes, this very grand indeed.


Prestige Homeseeker Park

and Leisure Homes

Shipton Way, Express Business Park, Rushden,

Northamptonshire NN10 6GL


Tel: 01933 354000