RESIDENTIAL PARK HOMES NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
FOREST PARK

RESIDENTIAL PARK HOMES – MANSFIELD

Just a stone’s throw from the world-famous Sherwood Forest, Forest Park has all the amenities you need on your doorstep. Close to the bustling market down of Mansfield, you will also find plenty of shops, pubs and other amenities in Forest Town and nearby Clipstone village. With a large supermarket also in the town, life in this park home development is convenient and stress-free.

As demand for park homes in this area grows, we are looking forward to releasing more plots over the coming months. Buyers will be able to choose from a range of stunning residential park homes and lodges, in traditional or contemporary styles, from manufacturers such as Omar, Tingdene, Prestige Homeseeker and Oakgrove.

Key features 

Within easy reach of shops and amenities.

On the doorstep of Sherwood Forest.

A range of luxury park homes for sale.

Location

A regenerated former mining community, Forest Town has a strong community feel. There are a number of pubs and shops within walking distance, including an Asda supermarket. It is easy to hop of one of the frequent buses to Mansfield, home to popular high street stores, independent shops, a market, cafés and restaurants.

Wider location

Take a short drive down the road and you’ll be in the heart of Sherwood Forest, home to the legendary outlaw Robin Hood. Managed by the Forestry Commission, Sherwood Pines offers picturesque trails, ideal for gentle afternoon walks, and a coffee shop.

Nottingham, Southwell and Newark are also less than an hour’s drive away, so you are never far from world-class concerts, historic attractions and shops, including numerous antique stores.

Moving to a Countrywide park home couldn’t be easier, thanks to incentives like our part-exchange scheme. As well as offering 100% market value for your current property, we’ll also cover the fees for your solicitors’ and estate agent’s fees. You can also take advantage of the fact that park homes are exempt from stamp duty, which can save you between £10,000 and £20,000 depending on your home’s value.