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Park Home Living

Advertorial by EweMove Wymondham

Rebecca Mills Published: 01 October 2023

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Residential Park Homes - Belton, NR31
OPEN HOUSES: 17th & 18th November.

Have you ever found yourself pondering on the option of park home living? Many homeowners across the UK have opted for this lifestyle as this growing trend continues to combat the higher maintenance and running costs of traditional bricks and mortar. But, how do you know if it is right for you?

Park homes have been around for many decades, although are often associated with holiday parks – a very different matter. Nowadays, this is no longer the case with residential parks becoming more and more popular providing a highly convenient and tranquil way of life. Here are several reasons why homeowners choose a park home:

Downsizing and Financial Considerations: The combination of single-floor layouts and comfortable spaces without excessive square footage make these homes easier to maintain and sustain, as well as safeguard for the future. Running costs are also aided by high energy efficiency due to modern developments in materials used such as CanExcel and Shicco cladding. And yes, modern park homes do come with quality double-glazing.

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Community and Like-Minded Living: Over-50’s residential parks provide the opportunity and ongoing reassurance for a quieter space enjoyed by people of similar mindsets and desires. This includes that most parks are also pet-friendly.

Purchasing Journey: The upfront benefits of purchasing a park home include the exemption of stamp duty and conveyancing costs. This enables a quick transaction that can take place in just a week.

FAQ: Park homes are neither freehold nor leasehold. The home itself is bought outright, while the land it sits on is a lease, known as a pitch. The Mobile Homes Act 1983 protects the homeowner, and pitch fees paid to the residential park ensure grounds maintenance.

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If you are intrigued by this option and would like to experience a park home in person to aid your decision, visit us on the 17th and 18th of November at the Rose Farm Residential Park, Belton. Feel free to bring along family and friends to freely explore what new build park homes and our assisted move option has to offer. This park is in its first phase of construction with 24 homes available in three different models.

For more information, simply call or email us using the details below.

EweMove Wymondham

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Call (24/7): 01953 665 785

Mobile / WhatsApp: 07923 236 076

Visit: ewemove.com/instant-valuation

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