Nottingham-based Tollerton Park has undergone a major re-development, which will see 15 new homes added to the site as part of a luxury offering called ‘The Covert’.
The addition is part of a large-scale investment by residential park operator, Countrywide Park Homes to expand its parks, creating luxury homes and opportunities for the local area.
The Covert offers luxury properties and serene living, with all of the conveniences of a modern city just a short drive away. The new development is expected to attract more visitors and prospective homeowners from around the UK, providing a boost for local shops, restaurants and attractions.
Anthony Barney, owner and chairman at Countrywide Park Homes said:
“Tollerton Park is the perfect location for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of urban living, whilst ensuring all of those useful conveniences remain close-by. The park provides a much sought after village-like feel whilst keeping you close to the city.
“The Covert will give even more people the opportunity to experience luxury park home living, with 15 new homes available in this exclusive development. The homes are all extremely economical to run, providing eco-living with minimal maintenance required. Moving into one of our homes is stress-free, with integrated appliances and modem luxuries included throughout. We pride ourselves on the beauty and quality of our homes, delivering the best for our residents.”
Tollerton Park is just a short drive from the affluent area of West Bridgford, a borough in Nottingham. The park provides countryside living, with greenery and rolling hills offering all the benefits of rural living in a convenient location.
Anthony continued: “Tollerton Park offers homes from luxury park providers such as Omar, Tingdene and Pathfinder – ensuring only the best in park home living for this new development.
“Prospective owners can expect a great atmosphere at the park, and benefit from our simple straight-forward purchase scheme, which requires no stamp duty or solicitor fees.”
The investment is part of a wider scheme by Countrywide Park Homes to invest in its parks across the UK, including Puddledock Farm in Thetford Forest, and Haytop Park in Matock, just outside of the Peak District.