Oakdale Place is a new development of residential homes that offer exclusive luxury living. Set in the rural county of Cambridgeshire, the park is within easy access to nearby amenities and the market town of Wisbech. It offers residents the perfect escape from the fast-paced life of the city.
Surrounded by lush greenery and trees, the residential park offers an environment for relaxation and comfort. The pet-friendly park is well-maintained to ensure that it remains serene and welcoming all year round. It has well-tended lawns and gardens, creating a balance of countryside and contemporary style. The friendly neighbours give Oakdale Place a close-knit community feel where everyone is helpful and corporative.
The town of Wisbech is famous for its magnificent Georgian architecture and impressive buildings. Take a day to stroll along the Brinks or round the crescent to see some Georgian houses. The town has many historical buildings that serve as a window into the past and the region's history. Another attraction to visit is Elgoods Brewery and Gardens, one of the first Georgian breweries that have remained in operation for more than 200 years. Sample some of the breweries award-winning ales while touring the breweries, or you can try them out at many Elgoods pubs.
The majestic and tranquil garden in the heart of the town boasts a variety of attractive rose gardens, mature trees, and many sensory gardens. The gardens link to the Merchants Trail, a leisure walk around Wisbech, bringing to life some of the towns many famous characters. There are tennis courts, a five-a-side basketball court, a multipurpose games area, and large children play area, all at a short distance away from Oakdale Place.
Bordering Norfolk and only 5 miles south of Lincolnshire, Wisbech offers fantastic travel routes linking different regions of East of England. For more places to visit, you can
Everything you need to live conveniently in the park is at your disposal, from parking spaces to well-tended gardens and other residential services provided by the park's management. The countryside park is only a few miles away from amenities such as health services, shopping centres, restaurants/ pubs, bus stops, and a rail station.