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Why choose a Willerby Bespoke park home over a bungalow?

Thinking of downsizing? Looking for less maintenance? Then a bricks and mortar bungalow is not your only option.

Willerby Bespoke park homes offer the same hassle free lifestyle but with the added bonus that they are completely tailored to suit your taste and lifestyle.

As there are more residential parks across the UK offering park homes than ever before, here are just some of the benefits of choosing a park home over your average bungalow.

Value for money

Like a bungalow the price of your park home will be dependent on geographical location. Willerby recently conducted some research in Herefordshire and found that one of their park homes was over £60,000 cheaper than a comparable bungalow.

Bigger than you think

A common misconception is that park homes are the smaller option. This is not the case! As Willerbys residential park homes are completely bespoke they can be built to the specification of your plot. The majority of our homes have at least two bedrooms, two bathrooms and often a walk-in-robe and utility room.

Designed by you

Bunglows tend to be older properties and often require a lot of TLC. The magic of a Willerby park home is that you are involved in the design from day one. From colour schemes to layouts, you work with their team of experts to create your dream home so you can be DIY free!

Hassle free

Parks want to make your journey as easy and stress free as possible. Many will offer you the option to part exchange your current home for the full market value. This means no estate agents or solicitors, saving you both time and money.

Community values

Willerby park homes are about more than just a home, they are about adopting a new way of life.  Unlike most bungalows, park homes are located on safe and secure sites where you will be surrounded by like-minded people, creating a real sense of community.

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