Dales View Park, Salterforth, Lancashire

Park Features

Private brickweave driveway
Bespoke landscaping
Onsite CCTV
Park Warden
Electric security gates
Central location
Great transport links.
10-year warranty on all homes

Nearby Attractions

Park Homes

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Oakgrove Waverton Lodge (40 x 20) 2015

4 High View, Dales View Park

Oakgrove Waverton Lodge (40 x 20) 2015

Salterforth

FOR SALE

£154,000

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Two Bed Tingdene Hayden Classic (40x20)

Dales View Park

Two Bed Tingdene Hayden Classic (40x20)

Salterforth

FOR SALE

£185,950

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Two Bed Omar Middleton (42x20)

Dales View Park

Two Bed Omar Middleton (42x20)

Salterforth

FOR SALE

£189,950

Description

Dales View Park, Lancashire


 Lancashire is home to some of the most stunning areas of natural beauty England has to offer.  There's little wonder why so many people choose to holiday here, and why they may even move in!  Dales View Park is a Salterforth-based park community, nestled deep within the glorious landscape of the Lancashire countryside.  What's more, it is not too far off the beaten track.  That means you will be able to easily visit local towns, attractions and more via main roads and public transport.


 


The allure of a park property lies in the fact that it’s a peaceful home away from home.  Dales View Park is a community which has been developed with likeminded residents in mind.  Therefore, you can always be sure of some genuine peace and quiet, as well as all the modern facilities you’d expect from a contemporary, carefully-protected gated community.  If Lancashire inspires you, why not explore the county further with your own unique home base?


About Dales View Park


Based in Blackburn BB18, Dales View Park is technically nestled deep within the countryside surrounding the lovely village of Salterforth.  While there are plenty of amenities and facilities for you to take advantage of there, you will find much of what you need within the park community itself.  You may be keen to explore local Lancashire, but you may be hard-pressed to want to leave the park!


 


Dales View Park is situated in a truly stunning location.  It’s surrounded by ten wonderful acres of greenery, meaning you can get out and explore the local woodland and trails which lie right on your doorstep.  For nature lovers and keen walkers, it’s a superb location.  Not only that, but if you do want to get out and explore local sights and attractions, you will be able to get to and from the park with ease.


Dales View Park is based on the border between Yorkshire and Lancashire, two of the most naturally beautiful counties in the north of England.  You’ll find local towns such as Barnoldswick based nearby for everyday amenities, while you can also use public transport or drive easily to cities and bigger areas such as Blackburn, which may well hold lots of points of interest for you.


Ultimately, Dales View Park has been developed as a fantastic launchpad for anyone keen to get to know Lancashire a little better.  Settle down into the comfortable countryside surroundings, get to know your neighbours, and take in the local sights and sounds at your leisure.  When you move out to the countryside, there is never any pressure!


Exploring the Local Area


As mentioned, Dales View Park is situated in an ideal locale, meaning that you will be able to traverse Lancashire and Yorkshire’s finest sights with ease.  You can easily get to the M65 from the park itself, meaning that if you will be driving and parking up here, you will never be too far away from motorway links.  Alternatively, be sure to take nearby bus links, or even walk through the local countryside and woodland before heading further afield!


New to the area?  Here are a few fantastic spots you’ll want to make a beeline for when you move in, or even when you’re just taking a look around on a short break.


Pendle Hill


Dales View Park is technically based in the Pendle district of Blackburn, meaning you’ll be able to head out to the famous Pendle Hill with little issue.  This rolling, rugged landscape has some incredible history behind it.  As well as being a haven for walkers, with a 43-mile trail awaiting the bravest of countryside travellers, it was once home to the 17th century witch trials which took place in the area.  We live in enlightened times, now, but it’s still incredible to think that such history once took place on this very hill.


Pendle Hill is a truly stunning day out for anyone who wants to explore rural Pendle and Lancashire at its most picturesque.  The lengthy walking trails should entice you to come back again and again.  If not, the incredible history might!  Do make sure to take in the towns and villages along the way, too – there’s a lot of tradition and northern charm to take in here.


Thornton Hall Country Park


Thornton Hall Country Park is only a short drive away from Dales View Park.  It is widely known as one of the most popular outdoor family resorts in the region.  It has been recognised not only for its acres of beautiful land, but for its dedication to education and events.  Whether you want to take a stroll through the parkland to catch your breath, or you want to take the family for a closer look at some of the animals, it’s a day out you can tailor to your own tastes.


The Park is famous for its various shows and events, with many seasonal affairs setting up across the year.  You’ll be surprised at what goes on down at Thornton Hall.  Why not take a look at what’s on in the coming weeks, and plan a visit?  With it being so close to Dales View Park, you may even want to become a regular patron if you choose to move in.


Gawthorpe Hall


Gawthorpe Hall is an Elizabethan stronghold which is protected by the National Trust.  Based near Burnley, it is a step into the past which is easy enough to travel to from Dales View Park.  The Trust refers to Gawthorpe as the ‘Downton Abbey of the North', which should give you some idea of what to expect when you come and visit!  There are huge collections of portraits, textiles and needlework available for you to peruse when you arrive. 


It’s not just a great day out for art or heritage lovers, however, as the area has been developed for families to visit, too.  The gardens here are great fun if you’re bringing children, and there is a nearby woodland trail which you may wish to explore at your leisure.


The Forest of Bowland


The Forest of Bowland is a recognised area of outstanding natural beauty and is home to rolling hills and stunning, verdant landscape as far as the eye can see.  You'll find it not too far from Pendle Hill, and much like the history landscape there, there's plenty for you to traverse if you like a good, long walk.  There are lots of special walking trails as well as cycle routes and regular events planned here, too.


The Forest of Bowland is a particularly special slice of Lancashire as it is so well-preserved.  Its official status as an AONB means that there are always plenty of people looking after the land to ensure it retains its mystifying appeal.  Why not plan a walk or two here if you move to Dales View Park?  It is not too far away from the community, meaning you may wish to make the Forest a local haunt.


Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery


Blackburn itself is well worth visiting if you move to the park community; however, you may wish to make a point of visiting its famous gallery and museum.  Based in the heart of Blackburn itself, the collections here are always changing.  It's been open since the 19th century, and since that time, it has become well-known for its special collections of ancient coins and historical manuscripts, as well as its Japanese and Egyptian collections.


If the idea of stepping back into the ancient pasts of Africa and South Asia appeals to you, there is always a lot to see and explore here.  This is all the more reason why it is a popular haunt for school groups, as it is seen as an educational day out – for all ages, not just the young ones!


Witton Country Park


If you’d prefer to head back to nature and to cast your eyes over some stunning reserves, you’re going to want to make Witton Country Park one of the first places you visit in the local area.  Based in nearby Blackburn, there are around 480 acres of country land here to traverse.  Therefore, that means whether you enjoy walking, cycling or picnicking, the vast open space is yours for the taking.  That's providing you respect it, of course!


 


The Park is based on the land of the old Witton House, which was demolished in the mid-20th century.  Since then, however, the land has been set up as a fantastic nature reserve.  It's certainly a popular port of call for many people who simply want to get back to the natural world.


Why Move to Dales View Park?


Dales View Park is a stunning community developed and based in a stunning location.  New to Lancashire, or want to get to know the area better?  This lovely park estate is based right on the edge of some of the most popular and stunning attractions the county has to share with you.  Why not get exploring once you’re settled in?

Address

Dales View Park, Salterforth
Salterforth
Barnoldswick
Lancashire
BB18 5SH

In these rules: § “occupier” means anyone who occupies a park home, whether under an Agreement to which the Mobile Homes Act 1983 applies or under a tenancy or any other agreement § “you” and “your” refers to the homeowner or other occupier of a park home § “we” and “our” refers to the park owner. These rules are in place to ensure acceptable standards are maintained on the park, which will be of general benefit to occupiers, and to promote and maintain community cohesion. They form part of the Agreement by which homeowners occupy the pitch in accordance with the Mobile Homes Act 1983, as amended. The rules also apply to any occupiers of park homes who rent their home, with 3 exceptions. The only rules which do not apply to occupiers who rent their home is rule 1, 22 and 23 about the exterior of the home and compliance with safety legislation as someone renting their home would not be responsible for the exterior maintenance of the home or for ensuring compliance with safety legislation on appliances supplied with the home. None of these rules is to have retrospective effect. Accordingly: § they are to apply only from the date on which they take effect, which is 10 January 2015; and no occupier who is in occupation on that date will be treated as being in breach due to circumstances which were in existence on that date and which would not have been a breach of the rules in existence before that date.


1. Homeowners must maintain the outside of their park home in a clean and tidy condition. Where the exterior is repainted or recovered homeowners must use reasonable endeavours not to depart from the original exterior of the colour scheme. Condition of Pitch


2. We do not accept any liability whatsoever for loss or damage arising on the Park unless caused as a result of our own negligence or breach of duty.


3. For reasons of ventilation and safety you must keep the underneath of your home clear and not use it as a storage space.


4. Trees and shrubs must not be permitted to grow to a size or shape so as to interfere with a neighbor's pitch. Trees and shrubs may not be cut down, removed or damaged and gardens must be left intact when the occupier vacates the pitch.


5. You must not erect fences on the boundary of your pitch. Trees or hedges as a means of enclosure are acceptable providing the trees or hedges planted do not exceed the height of comparable means of enclosure on other pitches and comply with the park’s site licence conditions and fire safety requirements. Age of Occupants. No person under the age of 45 years may reside in a park home with the exception of the owner, the owner’s family, or any employee of the owner. For the avoidance of any doubt, no children may reside permanently in the park home. Business Activities


7. You must not use the park home, the pitch or the park (or any part of the park) for any business purpose, and you must not use the park home or the pitch for the storage of stock, plant, machinery or equipment used or last used for any business purpose. However, you are at liberty to work individually from home by carrying out any office work of a type which does not create a nuisance to other occupiers and does not involve other staff, other workers, customers or members of the public calling at the park home or the park. Nuisance


8. You must not use musical instruments, all forms of recorded music players, radios and other similar appliances and motor vehicles so as to cause a nuisance to other occupiers.


9. No occupier shall do or permit to be done anywhere on the Park any action or act which may be or become a nuisance, damage, annoyance or inconvenience to us or the neighbours or occupiers of any other home on the Park or to any adjoining or Organford Manor Country Park Homes Organford Road, Poole,Dorset, BH16-6ES neighbouring property and shall not use or permit the home to be used for immoral or illegal purposes. Occupiers will be held responsible at all times for the conduct of their children/grandchildren who shall not be permitted to play on or around any public building, on the car parks or roads or in the entrance to the Park. Pets


10. You must not keep any pets or animals except the following: • Small/medium dogs (but no breeds subject to the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991); Dogs must be kept under proper control and on a short lead if walking around the park and must not permit it to frighten other users of the park. If you do not keep your dog on a short lead and have already received two warnings for not doing so, at the third occurrence, you will be asked to remove your dog from the park. You must clean up after your dog if it despoils on the park. Visitors who also bring dogs on to the park are also expected to follow the above rules. • Domestic cats. You must keep any cat under proper control and must not permit it to frighten other users of the park, or to despoil the park. • Pets or animals in the home. Any pet or animal (but not reptiles) which are housed in a cage, aquarium or similar and remain at all times within your home. Note The express terms of a homeowner’s agreement contain an undertaking on the part of the homeowner not to allow anything which is or becomes a nuisance, inconvenience or disturbance to other occupiers at the park and this undertaking extends to the behaviour of pets and animals. A similar requirement not to cause a nuisance applies to tenants and again this includes the behaviour of pets and animals. Note Nothing in the rule on dogs prevents you from keeping an assistance dog if this is required to support your disability and Assistance Dogs UK or any successor body has issued you with an Identification Book or other appropriate evidence. Storage


11. You must not have more than one storage shed on the pitch. Where you source the shed yourself, the design, standard and size of the shed must be approved by us in writing (approval with not be unreasonably withheld or delayed). You must position the shed so as to comply with the park’s site licence and fire safety requirements.


12. You must not have any storage receptacle on the pitch other than the shed mentioned in rule


15 and any receptacle for the storage of domestic waste pending collection by the local authority.


13. You must ensure that any shed or other structure erected in the separation space between park homes is of non-combustible construction and positioned so as to comply with the park’s site licence conditions and fire safety requirements. The separation space is the space between your park home and any neighbouring home. Refuse


14. You are responsible for the disposal of all household, recyclable and garden waste in approved containers through the Local Authority Service. You must not overfill containers and must place them in the approved position for the local authority collections.


15. You must not deposit any waste or rubbish other than in local authority approved containers on any part of the park (including any individual pitch). Vehicle Parking


16. a. Other than for delivering goods and services, you must not park or allow parking of commercial vehicles of any sort on the park, including: • Light commercial or light goods vehicles as described in the vehicle taxation legislation and • Vehicles intended for domestic use but derived from or adapted from such a commercial vehicle This rule does not apply to the owner, the owner’s family or any employee of the owner. b. All vehicles must be driven carefully on the park, not exceeding the displayed speed limit. Parking is not permitted on roads or grass verges. c. Vehicles must keep to authorised parking spaces; we have provided one car parking space per park home. Occupiers with more than one vehicle and visitors will be obliged to park their vehicles off the park unless there is parking available on site in the visitors parking or there is room to park on the pitch and is parked so as to comply with the park’s site licence conditions and fire safety requirements. d. All vehicles must be taxed and insured as required by law and be in running order with a valid MOT. Drivers must hold a current driving licence and validated vehicle insurance. e. Disused/unroadworthy vehicles must be removed from the park and we reserve the right to remove any vehicle which is apparently abandoned. f. You must not carry out the following works or repairs on the park or on an individual pitch: • major vehicles repairs involving dismantling of part(s) of the engine; • works which involve the removal of oil or other fuels. g. You must not park or allowing the parking of Camper Vans and touring caravans / tow-a-van / trailers or boats on the park unless you are loading or unloading a Camper Van or touring caravan and the Camper Van and touring caravan is subsequently removed from the park. Weapons


17. You must not use or display guns, firearms and offensive weapons or other objects likely to give offence on the park. You must hold the appropriate licence and ensure that they securely stored in accordance with that licence.


18. Access is not permitted to vacant pitches. Building materials or other plant must be left undisturbed. Water


19. The use of hose pipes is permitted unless the Water Authority decide to impose a ban on their usage. You must not permit any matter which is likely to cause blockage or damage to pass into water closets, gullies or drains.


20. You must protect all external water pipes from potential frost damage. Other


21. It’s recommended that all park homes be equipped with a fire extinguisher/blanket which conforms to the requirements of fire safety legislation and advice. Sparks or objectionable smoke should not come from the chimney flue and cowl.


22. You must not use the fire points provided for other than the emergency use intended. 23. It’s recommended you ensure all electrical, solid fuel, oil and gas installations comply at all times with the relevant safety standards.


24. External fires, including incinerators are not allowed.


25. You must not interfere with the boundary hedges to the Park which are maintained by us.


26. No inflammable or explosive substances may be kept on the occupiers' pitch except in quantities reasonable for domestic use.


27. Rotary washing lines and clothes lines are permitted provided they are located to the rear of the park home and cannot be close to the road side. 28. Wheels must not be removed, nor the home repositioned without permission. No external alteration of or works done to the pitch is permitted without our prior permission (permission not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed).

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