Orchard Park, Twigworth near Gloucester, officially announces the launch of its next phase of bungalow-style park homes with King’s Acre.
Building on the recent success of Orchard Park’s popular Ashmeads Crescent development of single-storey park homes, the new phase at King’s Acre offers customers a new opportunity to move to the park with plots now available to reserve off-plan.
• 23 new bungalow park homes with a landscaped garden, an adjacent garage and block-paved driveway.
• A fully residential park exclusively for those aged over 50, benefiting from a full 12 month site license.
• Plots can be purchased off-plan today and customers are able to take advantage of free accommodation while they await delivery of their new home.
• A range of luxury stock homes will be arriving to the park soon, or customers can select a plot for a home tailored to their own specifications.
Whilst Ashmeads Crescent was situated within a gated road, close to the entrance of Orchard Park, King’s Acre is sited at the far boundaries, facing away towards Hatherley Brook. The new development has distinct rural surroundings, providing a feeling of peace and tranquillity, yet is close to an array of shops, facilities and transport links.
Kings Acre is being planned and redeveloped from the ground-up to provide a luxury setting for 23 bungalow-style park homes up to 48ft which can be tailored to the customers’ own specification. Plans are underway for an initial selection of luxury stock homes with high-spec kitchens and living areas flooded with natural light, but customers are also able to select a plot for a home tailored to their own specifications.
“Are you looking for a ground floor bungalow-style home? Do you wish to downsize and release equity? Do you want to live within a peaceful, friendly over 50s community? The quiet surroundings of King’s Acre is a hugely attractive feature for those looking forward to retirement and seeking a hassle-free lifestyle,” commented Sales Manager, Helen Ford.
“We are really excited about the plots available within the new phase, so I would encourage anyone planning to downsize to come along to our Sales Office, where we can show visitors what will be on offer. With no stamp duty to pay on these homes, there is an even bigger incentive for those considering moving to the park”.