Little London Park - Lincs - A spacious, friendly park located in wonderful countryside with all the amenities you could want
Birch’s Park Homes are delighted to announce their latest venture, Little London Park. The development is set in a peaceful location in the heart of the Lincolnshire countryside but benefits from all the close amenities of Lincoln and Gainsborough.
Managing Director of Birch’s Park Homes, Charles Birch, explains: “Little London Park is in a wonderful setting and is home to an established, friendly community of people who treasure the tranquillity and security the park offers.”
You can have a piece of this paradise with a Homeseeker ‘Acclaim’ available on site to purchase.
This 42’ x 20’ Homeseeker ‘Acclaim’ show home complements this spacious park perfectly. With a box bay window to the lounge and a feature gable to the roof, the affordable Acclaim offers the very best in park living. This home offers separate kitchen/diner, two double bedrooms, one with en-suite and a study.
If you love the sound of the Acclaim, this superb show home at Little London Park can be yours for an unbeatable £159,340.
Outstanding local attractions
From Little London Park, you are only a stroll away from the nearby Torksey Lock and a canal system that gives you access to Lincoln and the rest of the country.
Other local attractions include a couple of golf courses, a fishing lake and all the country walks you would want. The park also serves you well with a regular mobile library, a post box at the gate and a bus stop opposite serving Gainsborough and Lincoln. There is a pub within walking distance at Torksey Lock and a doctors’ surgery in Torksey village further up the road.
A sense of community
Local residents, Janet and David Taylor are so grateful for the security and community the park offers that they established the park’s first ever newsletter to keep residents informed.
“We have been here since 2008 and felt immediately at home,” Janet said. ‘Everybody is so friendly and supportive. When I had to visit hospital a few years ago for regular sessions of chemotherapy, everyone rallied around and drove me there if David wasn’t available.”
One of the residents who receives Janet and David’s newsletter are nearby neighbours Michael and Pat Day who appreciate the mix of news and residents’ contact information.
“The newsletter keeps us in touch with the comings and goings in the park,” Pat said, “but if you want to keep to yourself, no-one minds and you always know they are there for you if needed.”
Everything you could want
Michael, along with many of the other residents at Little London Park, enjoys the local amenities. He works part time on the toll bridge over the lock up the road at
Little London Park
If you would like more information please call: 0845 0702345 or enquire here »