If you’ve been dreaming of living out your retirement at Riverside Park, then the new, improved price on plots 33, the Willerby Delamere might just tempt you to take the plunge!
Once the kids have flown the nest, your home can start to feel a little too big for what you actually need. Couple this with retirement and you might begin to consider all the lovely things you could be doing if you simply traded in your current property for one smaller.
If our luxury park homes have piqued your interest, then you might find it useful to know the process of buying a park home. Keep on reading to find out more.
The David Bellamy Conservation Award is a prestigious accolade given to parks for their conservation efforts. Parks are judged assessed by the scheme’s team of local wildlife experts, who access how well they: Manage their land as a haven for wildlife; reduce their use of energy, water and other resources; reduce, reuse and recycle the […]
Are you over 50 and starting to think about retirement? Then you’ve probably thought about the possibility of downsizing or moving somewhere a little more peaceful. Residential parks offer the best of both worlds in this sense.
Our luxury park homes allow up to 2 dogs and 1 cat per home! This is fantastic news if you already have pets or were looking to take on one. Unlike most other parks, we allow pets because we know how beneficial they are to those in their golden years.
When you retire, it is important to have a good community of people around you. If you are considering downsizing or moving somewhere a little more peaceful, then a park home offers the perfect community lifestyle, which comes with a number of benefits.
Our Riverside Park site is nestled along the bank of the River Weaver, each home taking advantage of its own exclusive view of the River and surrounding countryside. Located in Whitegate, the residential park is like no other.
Huge thanks to those residents who live with us here at Riverside Park for joining us outside your homes to clap for front line staff during this difficult time. The invite came from our girls who were thrilled to see everyone out, albeit at a distance.
It can be both nerve-wracking and exciting to move to someplace new. However, most of the jitters we feel come down to a feeling of possible displacement in unfamiliar surroundings. So, to help out any future relocators, here are some easy ways to settle in quickly to a new town or village.
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