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Greenacres Park, Adbolton Lane, West Bridgford, Nottingham


  • Double Fronted Park Home
  • Souught After Park Home Development
  • 2004 Oulton Excel 11m x 5.6m
  • Beautifully Presented Throughout
  • Fully Fitted Dining Kitchen
  • Living Room With Double Bay Windows
  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Lovely Shower Room
  • Mains G.C.H. & Upvc Double Glazed
  • Well Screened Landscaped Plot



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A fantastic example of a modern and spacious double bay fronted park home manufactured in March 2004 by Omar Homes Limited to the Oulton Excel design and a size of 11m x 5.6m (36ft x 18.5ft).

This particular park home is impeccably presented throughout and offers spacious accommodation to include a large living room with fireplace and two bay windows to front, a fully fitted contemporary white gloss kitchen open plan to the dining area, inner hallway leading to two double bedrooms, the master having built-in wardrobes + the superbly tiled and fitted shower room. Other features include mains fed gas central heating system with a Worcester combination boiler, upvc double glazed windows and doors throughout, superbly presented decor and floor coverings, coved ceilings and modern light fittings.

All situated upon a lovely enclosed and landscaped plot surrounded by beautifully kept gardens and boundaries with clipped hedgerows. The park home is one of several within a popular park home site occupying a superb semi rural location upon the outskirts of West Bridgford and neighbouring Holme Pierrepont with local bus service available at the bottom of the lane and communal car parking available within the site itself.

A set of steps from the landscaped gardens lead up to a upvc obscure and leaded double glazed main entrance door opening into the hallway.

With a coved ceiling, central heating thermostat, access to two bedrooms, shower room and dining kitchen.

DINING KITCHEN (5.54m x 3.12m max (18'2" x 10'3" max))
This large L shaped and open plan dining kitchen is a fantastic feature to the home offering a dining area with ample room for table and chairs and a window to side. The kitchen itself is superbly fitted with a range of modern cabinets and drawers finished in gloss white with marble effect work surfaces, having a tiled surround downlights and a stainless steel sink. Other features include soft close drawers, wine racks, corner carousel units, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher if required and built-in eye level oven with combination microwave above and an electric induction touch control ceramic hob with extractor above. The flooring is part tile effect and carpeted to the dining area, coved ceiling, a second window and upvc external door leads out to the garden area and a tall cupboard houses the Worcester gas central heating combination boiler.

LIVING ROOM (5.51m x 3.20m (18'1" x 10'6"))
A large reception room having two windows to front and a further window to side, a set of glazed double and bi-fold doors open into the dining area with coved ceiling, tv and phone points and a feature electric fire creating a central focal point.

BEDROOM ONE (4.32m x 2.64m (14'2" x 8'8"))
A good sized double bedroom with a dual aspect having windows to side and rear, coved ceiling and built-in furniture including a superbly fitted run of sliding and part mirror fronted wardrobes kitted out with clothes rails, shelving, small radiator and a set of drawers to side.

BEDROOM TWO (2.69m x 2.54m (8'10" x 8'4"))
A second bedroom also capable of taking a double bed, having a coved ceiling and window to side.

SHOWER ROOM (1.70m x 1.68m (5'7" x 5'6"))
Attractively tiled and superbly fitted with a modern three piece white suite with chrome fittings including a wc, wash hand basin with mixer tap inset to a vanity unit and tall storage cupboard, back lit mirror above the basin and a shower enclosure with a curved sliding glazed screen and chrome thermostatic shower fitment, vinyl floor, heated towel rail, ceiling downlights, extractor fan and an obscure window to side.

The property is situated within a central part of this lovely park home development with communal parking bays close by with a path leading up to the park home and its own enclosed and fully landscaped plot.

The gardens are fully landscaped and beautifully laid out with a mixture of paved pathways and seating areas, gravelled borders stocked with mature plants and shrubs. The boundaries are fully enclosed by well kept and shaped hedgerows, steps to either side of the property lead up to both entrance doors, service hatches built into the brick base of the park home and a concrete sectional outhouse measuring 5'7" x 5' provides ideal storage having a steel door, power points and lighting. Other features to the garden include outside security lighting and tap, all offering an attractive and low maintenance private garden space.

Upon approaching the Greenacres Park home site off Adbolton Lane proceed down the access road and take the first left at the brick built Greenacres Park sign, proceed past the main site office with parking adjacent where the property is accessed via a footpath directly opposite the site office and numbered accordingly.

We are lead to believe by the current owners that the current site fees including ground rent and supply of water, are levied at approx. £245 per month. Both the gas and electric supplies are individually metered to the park home. A copy of the general site rules/terms & conditions are available from our office upon request.

We are led to believe by Rushcliffe Borough Council the property falls into Council Tax Band A.

By appointment with Richard Watkinson & Partners.

Please contact our Radcliffe on Trent Office on 0115 933 6666 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.

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