With prices staring at £125,000 this brand new and exclusive development of just 9 holiday homes is set in a peaceful rural location enjoying exceptional views.
Each plot is capable of housing a 40' x 20' design and all homes will be fully furnished, sited and landscaped with mains water and electricity, LPG gas supply and site drainage.
Crabmill Holiday Homes Park is a new and exclusive development set in a peaceful rural location just a few miles from the historic Georgian town of Bewdley. Having owned a holiday park home themselves for many years, the owners of the development intend to create something rather special and in contrast to many other sites in the area have decided against cramming in as many units as possible. Using their inside knowledge the site has been thoughtfully planned and laid out offering unrivalled views and an unusually large amount of space in between properties. From access roads to infrastructure everything on site will be brand new and with only nine holiday homes scheduled for this first phase of development now is the ideal time to reserve your plot and have an input into the final finish of your home.
Prices will start from £125,000 and a range of manufacturers are developing some custom designs to make the most of the unique views. Each plot is capable of receiving a 40' x 20' design and all homes will be fully furnished, sited and landscaped with mains water and electricity, LPG gas supply and site drainage. Occupancy for the site will be restricted to 11 months of the year, the ground rent for 2010/2011 will be £1,840 + VAT and each home will be subject to a council tax banding of A under Bridgnorth District Council.
Should you wish to reserve a plot at this exciting stage of the development a non returnable holding fee of £2000 is currently being sought by the owners.
The site owners are members of the British Holiday and Park Homes Association and as a sales incentive they are providing all purchasers with 1 years membership to The Heath Leisure Centre, Habberley Road, Bewdley and then corporate membership thereafter at a 25% discount.
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