Low Carrs Residential Park, Durham

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Low Carrs Residential Park Have?

Adult Only Site
Dog Friendly Park
Neighbourhood Watch
Beautiful Rural Location
Close to Durham City
Ideal For Retirement

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Low Carrs Residential Park is just a five minute stroll from the historic and picturesque City of Durham. The Low Carrs residential park was the very first park to be acquired by the Maguire family in 1981. Making Memories became a way of life for the residents of Low Carrs, which is a fully residential, secure, mature park, set in a picturesque, unique peaceful, location. The Low Carrs residents are predominantly retired or semi retired people, you will never feel like just another number in this close-knit and caring community. The park provides a tranquil oasis with a very high degree of security and an extremely vigilant Neighbourhood Watch scheme. This fully residential park is very well placed for easy all year round living, within easy walking distance of shops, a Post Office, extensive bus routes and all that the World Heritage Site of Durham City has to offer. Low Carrs Residential Park is delightfully secluded, set in lovely mature grounds with an abundance of trees and shrubs. The residents take pride in their homes and many maintain their colourful and well-stocked garden areas themselves. Living at Low Carrs gives you the luxury of living in the country, but with all of the benefit of the city right there on your doorstep.


Low Carrs Residential Park
Framwellgate Moor

The speed limit on the Park is to be kept to 5 MPH and it is the responsibility of the individual resident to make sure all their visitors are aware of this.

Dogs are not allowed to live the on Park. However, if friends and family are visiting for the day or for a holiday and accompanied by their dog, then the dog must be kept in your park home or garden and must be kept quite. Dangerous breeds of dog are not allowed on Park at any time.

Visiting children must be kept in your park home or garden and are not allowed to play on the communal grass areas or roadways. This is not safety rule, it is intended to keep the peace and quite have the Park, which many of the residents have specifically moved here for and find to be the most pleasing feature of the Park. An adult may escort visiting children around the Park.

Touring caravans may be brought on to the Park 36 hours before you depart for your holiday. When you return you are allowed 36 hours to empty your caravan. Caravans are not allowed on Park any longer than this, under no circumstances.