Collinswood Park, Bedfordshire

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Collinswood Park Have?

Dogs and cats allowed
Minimum age of 45
Broadband at approx 76Mbps.
Situated in a rural location
Close to local towns
Lovely country views


Collinswood Park is a residential park designed for retired and semi-retired adults over the age of forty-five. The park sits adjacent to open farmland meaning residents can benefit from beautiful natural views and the park itself has a pastoral feel with large trees and lush greenery. The homes on the park come in a range of models to cater different style-preferences and budgets and feature both private parking as well as landscaped gardens. The park is also pet-friendly. Collinswood Park is located on the outskirts of the village of Caddington and all local amenities are a few minutes' walk away. Caddington is home to a well-stocked fishing pond, a twenty-seven-hole golf club and a sports and social club with weekly entertainment including live acts and quiz nights. Bus routes within Caddington give easy access to surrounding towns and the parks location next to the M1 junctions 10 and 11 make it easy to visit London, the Home Counties and the Midlands. Under a ten-minute drive from Collinswood is the large town of Luton. Luton has an excellent collection of shops, is home to multiple spas and gyms and has a movie theatre and comedy club meaning residents of Collinswood will always have something to do close-by. Luton is also home to the Wardown House Museum and Gallery- a heritage Victorian home with a unique selection of events and exhibition, and the Stockwood Discovery Centre with a beautiful gardens, local collections and ever-changing exhibits. The park benefits from being also close to the vibrant, diverse Milton Keynes. Milton Keynes is a cultural hub being home to the Milton Keynes Theatre- one of the region's leading live entertainment venues, the MK Gallery- displaying international contemporary art, Bletchley Park heritage site and museum, and more. The town has many green spaces including the beautiful Campbell Park, described as a “green oasis” and ancient woods of Shenley.


Collinswood Park
Folly Lane