Burlingham Park is a residential park designed for retired and semi-retired buyers over the age of fifty located in a tranquil area only half a mile from the beautiful town of Garstang. Burlingham Park welcomes one dog and one cat per home, and all residents must be at least 50 years of age. All new park homes have a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty as standard.
Garstang is located just a ten-minute walking distance of Cabus Spar and post office, so essential supplies are within a short reach. At approximately the same distance of the park is Acresfield Health Club and Spa offering gym sessions, fitness classes and spa treatments, the centre also includes a pool, sauna and steam room. A seven-minute walk from the park takes you to The Crofters Hotel, which features The Tavern Bar and Restaurant perfect for a quick-to-go-to drink or meal with friends and family. A bus stop is located within a six-minute walking distance. The park is situated in the world’s first Fairtrade town Garstang and is under a mile from the town centre.
Garstang has a weekly market which has been running since the thirteen-hundreds selling a large range of local foodstuffs produce as well as household items, clothes and more. Alongside the market- the high street is also home to a large range of independent retailers and cafes making Garstang the ideal town for a leisurely browse followed by coffee and cake. Garstang is also the ideal walking destination with its picturesque backdrops such as that of the town’s Millennium Green which is located on the western bank of the River Wyre and has been set aside for wildlife conservation and for those interested in the towns history Heritage trail walks are also available which provide the opportunity to explore both the town’s architectural beauty and deep-rooted history.
Burlingham Park location
Burlingham park is also located within close proximity of the M6 which runs from near Rugby up to Carlisle. This provides easy access to the cities of both Lancaster and Preston with both being approximately half-an-hour travel in the car. Lancaster is deep-rooted in history and has stunning Georgian architecture. The city offers a perfect day out with its famous Williamson Park, a scenic natural setting home to the stunning butterfly house. Lancaster is also brilliant shopping location and is renowned for its quirky boutiques and independent stores and Charter Market which is open twice-weekly and is home to over forty stalls with a wide selection of goods from homemade foods to clothes. The city offers leisurely activities for the grandchildren such as Energy Indoor Soft Play as well as great family days out at Lancaster Canal Cruises and Waterbus and Lancaster Castle.
Within Preston city is the beautifully-designed Guild Hall-home to music concerts, dramatics, ballroom dancing, bingo and much more. Eateries within Preston range from loved chain restaurants such as and cafes as well as local pubs and quirky independent coffee shops, bars and fine-diners.
Half-an-hour from the site the M6 is the Lake District National Park. The popular holiday destination is famous for its lakes, forests and mountains and is commonly visited by walkers wishing to explore beautiful, natural wildlife. The Lake District is perfect for a day out with the family with attractions such as Ullswater ‘Steamers’ for a leisurely cruise around the district's waterways and Treetop Nets- giant trampolines within the trees perfect for grandchildren. The park offers twelve-months of occupancy, and the owners of Burlingham Park is a member of the BH&HPA.
Burlingham Park Fees
The site fees are paid monthly, in arrears, on the 28th of each month. The council tax for the homes are Band A, Water rate invoices are sent out quarterly by the office. All residents are in charge of selecting their own supplier for electric, telephone and internet services. Most homes utilise gas as well. The gas supply for the park is being changed to mains gas summer 2020.
Burlingham Park allows one car per home at no charge.