Park Home Living - A Guide to Park Homes

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Our Guide to Park Home Living
 
Do you long to escape the pressures of town life and the responsibilities of a large house? An affordable, attractively designed, detached Park Home could be the answer. Starglade Park Homes are perfectly designed for the mature homebuyer. They offer a secure, relaxed and affordable way of living for the over 45's, within a friendly and established community of like-minded people.

Lower maintenance and lower costs
Individual properties are designed to be as low maintenance as possible - giving you more time to spend on doing the things you really want. The park itself is cared for and maintained by the management team and on-site park manager.

High standard of living
Recent advances in the manufacturing of new park homes have revolutionised park home living. A modern park home is a detached, purpose built bungalow, built to very high standards. They are fully insulated, low maintenance, and are often supplied with all appliances installed. New homes are supplied with a 10 Year Warranty to give you added piece of mind. All are fully furnished, or you can opt for unfurnished or part furnished, as you wish.

Release your capital
More than a quarter of a million people throughout the UK have now chosen the park home lifestyle. For many, the sale of a brick-and-mortar home and the purchase of a Park Home has left them with more money in the bank to give them an even greater quality of life

Know your rights
There are strict regulations protecting the rights of park home owners. Further information is available from the National Park Homes Council. Click to view a copy of the Park Homes Charter for further information on buying, living in and selling a park home.

Starglade Parks
Starglade Parks offer new and pre-owned park homes and list a selection on eBay. Use the search term "park home" to find some of the homes currently available.

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