Stunning locations and the company of like-minded neighbours and it’s no wonder that park home living has already become the lifestyle of choice for over a quarter of a million people across the UK.
Now that the children have grown up, perhaps you feel it is time to downsize but not downgrade the quality of your big family home; to live closer to your family; to see more of your grandchildren; to have the cash in the bank to enjoy regular holidays; to take up a new interest; to generally enjoy retirement living to the full.
By selling your bricks and mortar house and investing in a park home you could release a substantial amount of equity to invest or spend in whatever way you wish to provide comfortable and secure retirement living for you and your family.
Living at Stoneyfold Park
Park living can offer a safer and more peaceful living environment and the financial security to live life as you please
Modern residential park homes appear just like traditional detached bungalows. Spacious and attractive, they are sited on their own individual plots within small private estates. The park generally undertakes the creation and maintenance of a high quality environment with landscaped gardens. This is normally funded by a small monthly charge to all residents.
Residential park homes are designed to be easily maintained and are extremely well insulated, often with energy-saving values that are superior even to brick-built properties. Inside, the convenience of modern luxury living is all around with spacious living and dining areas, two or three bedrooms, luxury bathrooms and good quality furnishings and carpets, built-in cupboards and wardrobes, central heating and double glazing. And with everything in place on the day you move in, you can start enjoying retirement living within a friendly community of like-minded people from day one.
That’s why, for those in or nearing retirement, residential park homes can offer a much better alternative to settling in a new area amongst strangers from different age groups.