I used to live not far from this park. Woodchurch is such a friendly place to live and there is a lot to do in the area. Most of my friends and family are quite local.
Since I moved to a park home, the stress of keeping up with the maintenance completely eased! I can finish cleaning my home in under 30 minutes now!
I was living in a two-up and two-down house. But in terms of living space, I had as much space in our park home as we had in that house. A lot of space I feel gets wasted in Stairs which are useless and basically take up a lot of unnecessary space!
We have an amazing community on the park. I know it sounds too good to be true but we have our privacy but at the same time an amazing community spirit on the park.
Why I moved to a park home
• I love the countryside location
• I have family living a few miles away and I wanted to be close to them
• I wanted to be close to a village which had all facilities
My electricity bills came down massively when I moved to a park home. Even in the bitterest of colds I have only ever needed 1 radiator on and it feels warm & toasty throughout. There are no draughts or anything either.
I think my water and electric bills are down to a third even in spite of recent increases
Woodchurch is a picturesque village situated within easy reach of the historic market town of Ashford and the Cinque Ports of Tenterden.
As a country village, Woodchurch could not be better stocked with amenities for its residents. There is a butchers shop, a post office, a general store and a newsagents to name just a few.
The village also boasts a primary school, a doctor’s surgery, a dedicated museum, a Grade 1 Listed 13th century church, village hall and a beautiful village green.
Like many Kentish villages, Woodchurch has its own Morris dancing side known as the Woodchurch Morris Men, who started dancing together in 1990 to perpetuate the ancient tradition and have many stands throughout the year.
As a large, social community, there is plenty going on. There are many societies held regularly including a local history society, a pantomime society, an art group, a gardening society, the WI, Scouting and Guides Associations and a film society.
If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and enjoy peace and quiet, Shirkoak Park is the perfect place for you.
It provides both an idyllic place to relax and enjoy life and a fantastic investment opportunity. Here, you can make the most of your life and enjoy the golden years of your retirement.
• Mains electricity and Gas.
• Water approx. £20-£25 per month.
• Council tax band A about £1,334 annually