Kingsmead Park is designated for occupiers aged 50+, there are 63 plots. Nearby Binbrook village offers a wide range of amenities including shops, takeaways and a post office. A bus stop is located right outside the park entrance and provides easy access to the town of Market Rasen. A part time on site Warden maintains the communal areas of the park. The property is presented in good order with modern fixtures, contemporary decor and is ready for occupation.
Occupancy at Kingsmead Park is for those aged 50 and above and the sale is conditional upon the approval of the buyers age by site's management company.
This property is for sale via Network E, the secure transaction - there are no buyers fees. For more information call us on 01923 240420
Park Home Layout: Front door to dual aspect living room with patio doors to garden, fitted kitchen, 2 bedrooms, contemporary bathroom with tub and power shower over.
Garden: Garden with patio, lawn and storage shed.
The buyer will own the park home outright, the site is held on a lease in perpetuity (open ended rights to occupation). We are advised the service charge is £142.11 pcm which includes ground rent and upkeep of the communal areas - see legal pack for details.
By order of the executor
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