Park Home Living: Our Move

We welcomed Cheryl & Trevor into their lovely Park Home in our Orchard Residential Park earlier this month.

We caught up with them to see how they are settling in & if they feel they made a good choice.

Trevor & I have lived most of our lives in Cheshire and decided to move to Arundel for Trevor’s work.

We rented a terrace house for quite a few years.

It is such a great area that we fell in love with it & decided to settle here permanently.

Once we decided to stay local, we started looking for a permanent home.

This is such a great area, the scenery & beaches are amazing & there you never run out of things to do!

No wonder we quickly realised that houses in the area are so expensive and just did not make any sense to us.

Park homes had always been an option so we started to look into the parks in the area. We researched online, shortlisted a few & then visited quite a few of them.

We found to our dismay that a lot of these residential parks were run down and not kept up very well.

We actually stumbled across Orchard park & and felt it was ‘fate’ as we immediately loved the park.

It is a beautiful park & just what we were looking for!

A few things that were extremely important to us was that we wanted to be close enough to shops, amenities, park and also the development had to be pet friendly.

Orchard Park ticked all these boxes & more.

My daughter lives in East Sussex and is waiting for us to settle in before she visits but she is so looking forward to seeing the home.

We are now quite settled in our lovely Regency home with Sasha (our, 8-year-old Border Collie) who has settled so well & loves the park. There are lovely walks around the park & the perfect place for her to stretch her legs.

Now that we have settled into the home & the park we find it so peaceful & have made friends with the majority of their neighbours. We wish we had done it sooner!

Thank you so much Cheryl & Trevor. We wish you an abundance of health & good times in your new home!

One of the UK’s most diverse counties, West Sussex covers both coast and the South Downs National Park, encompassing hills, harbours, farmland and market towns- From fairy tale castles, glorious stately homes and rolling downs.

West Sussex is the sunniest county in the United Kingdom, according to Met Office records. Over the last 29 years it has averaged 1902 hours of sunshine per year, sunshine totals are highest near the coast with Bognor Regis often having the highest in mainland England.

West Sussex is famous for its beautiful coast because of 50 miles of stunning coastal landscape with poplar beach towns like Brighton, Bognor Regis, Littlehampton and many more.

We have 6 parks around the Littlehampton, Chichester, Bognor Regis area. A combination of award-winning beaches, the beautiful River Arun and a large seafront green along with the glorious Arundel Castle makes it a very popular place to live.

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