Looking for a park home at Twinbrook Park, Cornwall? This former holiday park has been redeveloped into an exclusive residential community, looking out across popular Cornish countryside and coastal walks. A modern development, the park offers close access to local villages such as Falmouth and Maenporth, with the aim to offer laid-back country and seaside experiences to retirees.
Twinbrook Park is a community operated through the Turners Parks Group. It is therefore owned by experienced managers in the park home industry. Developed to provide a unique neighbourhood with a new residential licence, Twinbrook Park may appeal to new movers who are looking to retire to Cornwall, having holidayed there in the past.
Why Choose Twinbrook Park?
Twinbrook Park’s legacy as a holiday community lends well to its spacious neighbourhood and closeness to Cornwall’s amenities and attractions. In its new life as a residential park, Twinbrook offers residents local walks and coastal views close by. The park is also easy to get to and is looked after by on-park managers. Therefore, residents will feel confident they can rely on staff who are based on-site, ready to support them.
Twinbrook Park may be popular with retirees looking for a Cornish escape, close to the popular town of Falmouth. It has an age restriction in place of 50 years old, meaning that it will provide an exclusive neighbourhood free from public intrusion. New movers may also bring a pet with them to the park, with restrictions limited to one dog or one cat per owner. It is always prudent to request more information on pet rules before moving to the park itself.
The Turners Parks Group are site owners who are always developing new parks. Twinbrook Park is one of their more modern establishments, offering movers the chance to move into the heart of Cornwall with mod cons and contemporary facilities. Residents will be close to beaches, public transport links and museums close by, making the park a central base for any retirees wishing to access the Cornish coast from all angles.
The park aims to offer a laid-back residential experience, bringing together country, coast and town and village conveniences into one package.
About Twinbrook Park’s Location
Twinbrook Park is in the heart of Cornwall, close to the East coast. Based at the Northern edge of the Lizard Heritage Coast, residents will be able to walk around and explore local greenery and trails as they wish. The popular wooded reaches of Glendurgan Garden, for example, are only a few minutes away. Beyond here, the Helford River will provide waterside walks throughout the year. Local communities in Falmouth, Swanpool and Maenporth are also only short distances away, where residents will be able to shop for daily amenities and conveniences.
Based close to Swanpool Beach and Swanpool Road, which trails down towards the park, Twinbrook is a location many may head for if they wish to explore some of Cornwall’s lesser-known coastline. Local pubs and restaurants are nearby, though many people may wish to take a look across the coastal sights and quintessential seaside as a priority.
Residents will be able to reach the park heading down Bickland Water Road, splitting off from the A39. This is just a short distance from Penryn, where visitors and homeowners will also be able to find a close railway link. However, there are closer stations in Penmere and Falmouth itself, with Falmouth Docks also having a further stop towards the Eastern edge of the county. Residents wishing to tour Cornwall will therefore be well-connected even if they need to rely on public transport. Falmouth’s famous beaches, as well as the historic Pendennis Castle and Pendennis Head, are all easy to reach just a few minutes away from the outside of the park.
Things to Do Near Twinbrook Park
Twinbrook Park is in a desirable location for new residents to explore the Heritage Coast walks and nearby museums and sites of historical interest. Some movers may be interested in looking closely at St Mawes Castle, for example, as well as the Ferry, which will give visitors views over the famous local harbour. The National Maritime Museum may also be a good day out idea for those new residents looking to learn more about the local area.
Beyond the beaches is the Lizard Heritage Coast, with popular green zones such as Trebah Garden, Kynance Cove, Lizard Point and The Loe. It is one of Cornwall’s largest green expanses, and offers the best of coastal views and country walks. Backing onto here for family visitors is Flambards Theme Park.
Residents may also wish to travel a little further afield to Heritage Coast locations in Godrevy, to the North West, to Penwith in the far West, and Roseland just a short trip up the North East. St Agnes, too, offers green coastlines.
None of these park rules is to have retrospective effect.
• They are to apply only from the date on which they take effect , which is 13/10/14;
• 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) For reasons of ventilation and safety you must keep the underneath of your home clear and not use it as a storage space.
2) You must not erect fences or other means of enclosure unless you have obtained our written approval via a “Works to Plot” form (which will not be unreasonably withheld).
3) You must not have external fires (burning of waste products), including incinerators. However you are at liberty to have – barbeques and patio heaters.
4) You must not keep inflammable substances on the park or in garages (where applicable) except in quantities reasonable for domestic use.
5) You must not keep explosive substances on the park.
6) You must not have more than two storage sheds on the pitch, the dimensions of which must not individually exceed 7ft x 5ft (2.1m x 1.5m). The sheds must be constructed of non-combustible material. Written approval for the aforementioned sheds must be obtained via a “Works to Plot” form (which will not be unreasonably withheld).
7) Any storage receptacles in addition to those mentioned in rule 6 must be approved by us via a “Works to Plot” form and be of non-combustible material.
8) You must ensure that any structure (e.g.: porches) erected in the separation space between park homes is of noncombustible construction and positioned so as to comply with the park’s site licence conditions and fire safety requirements. 9) 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.
10) You must not deposit any waste on any part of the park (including any individual pitch).
11) 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 work of a type which does not create a nuisance to other occupiers and does not involve staff, other workers, customers or members of the public calling at the park home or the park.
12) No person under the age of 50 years may reside in a park home (with the exception of the park warden).
13) 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, especially between the hours of 10.00pm and 8.00am.
14) You are permitted to keep: • Not more than 1 dog (other than any of the breeds subject to the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991). You must keep any dog under proper control and you must not permit it to frighten other users of the park. You must keep any dog on a lead and must not allow it to despoil the park. • Not more than 1 domestic cat. • Any pets other than those listed above must be contained within your home and must not cause disturbance or nuisance to other occupiers of the park.
15) Nothing in rule 14 of these Park Rules 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.
16) You must only use fire hoses in case of fire, fire points must not be interfered with at any time.
17) You must protect all external water pipes on your home from potential frost damage. 18) You must not access vacant pitches and must not disturb building materials and plant.
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