FOUR OAKS PARK
Four Oaks Park sits in a lovely countryside position in the Historical town of Eye Suffolk.
Eye has many of the amenities needed including Village pub, chemist doctors bakers co op and butchers. It also have several tea shops.
The park is on the Bus route into Ipswich and Diss and main train line to London.
The park itself is maintained to a high standard by its owners and has a very nice community feel to it.
The owners are pleased to announce that the final phase of Four Oaks Park is well under way.
Joint owner Charity Gaskin said: “We also have had some fantastic news with the planning and we can now offer a full Residential use as well, This was recently approved.”
“The Meadows, which is incorporated within The Four Oaks Park is our new development and we have just had delivery of a stunning 45 x 20 Regency with utility room kitchen and two double bedrooms, main bedroom including a en-suite. The dining area also has the benefit of French doors which will lead out to a balcony.”
The plot is a corner one and has the benefit of a block paved parking area and private garden.
This is one of 12 new homes they are expecting to arrive imminently.
Charity continued: “We do have some plots available for someone to be able order a bespoke home and we would be happy to help you with this.
“Park home living is low maintenance and makes life easy we have many residents and they all say it’s the best thing they ever did making the best of selling their houses to release the equity and enjoying the easy lifestyle of a Park Home. Although some call it downsizing many residents say that they have ended up with more interior space than they had before due the design of the Homes.”
“Our parks are designed for over 45s, and pets are allowed. We can offer a part exchange programme that helps buyers to move in quickly. There is no stamp duty to pay on Park Homes. We are expecting a New Omar Ikon 45 X 20 and Omar Sandringham 45 X 20 in June and these are bespoke homes we have had commissioned to suit the plot we are siting them on.”