Sunday, September 05, 2010

Hazelgrove Park opens its doors to the public.

Hazelgrove Park, Milton Street, Saltburn-by-the-sea, Cleveland (TS12 1DE) is opening its doors to the public on Saturday 18th September and Sunday 19th September between 10am and 3pm giving those that may be interested in Park home living a true insight into Park Life.
The desire for a peaceful and secure lifestyle is fuelling demand amongst the older population for specialist Park Home retirement villages which offer greater personal protection and financial security than traditional bricks and mortar homes. Tingdene Parks Limited are a company that can offer you this style of living, which is within easy reach financially and locally, keeping you close to your family and friends and releasing capital tied up within your present property to enable you to truly enjoy your retirement.
Hazelgrove Park is an exclusive Park Home development for the semi-retired and retired. Prices for a two bedroom fully furnished detached park home start from as little as £108,333. Five show homes (one of which is pictured) will be available for viewing on the open day along with a selection of plots available to choose the home of your choice.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LIVE YOUR RETIREMENT LIKE THIS then please come along on the 18th September & 19th September 2010 between 10am and 3pm alternatively for further details please telephone Tingdene Parks Head office or visit the park.
Telephone (Local Rate): 0845 293 8209


Anonymous said...

it would be nice when you buy one of these homes to be told you dont own the land it sits on and you will be charged year on year council tax and ground rent to stay there as well as gas and electric .

Anonymous said...

As anyone who has looked into the possibility of owning a Park home anywhere might tell you this is the case wherever you might decide to buy. You are in effect buying the home but leasing the site (in a similar way to leasing a property. Always ask to see the terms and conditions before making any decisions or commitments. Some companies also have particular terms and conditions about your selling the property (should you decide to do so) that needs to be considered as well.