Lillybrook New Development Open Day

In association with Quickmove Properties, Lillybrook will be hosting an Open Day weekend on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March 2020, from 10am to 4pm.

The open day will be located on our new luxury 12 home development, where two New Park Homes are available to view. We hope to be able to give all visitors a glimpse of the Park Home lifestyle.

The two Homes in question will be:

In addition to the above two show homes, there will be 10 available plots of varying sizes for a home of your choosing.

 We here at Lillybrook offer the very best of Park Home living. Our new 12 home development pushes the boundaries even further with the following enhancements:

 New Development Features:

  • All homes to be 22ft wide
  • All homes to include large garage & parking bays on plot
  • All homes include triple glazing, enhanced SIP floor, extra wall & roof insulation
  • All homes upgraded to Bosch Kitchen appliances
  • All homes to feature En-Suite (with walk in shower) & walk-in-wardrobe
  • A feel of spaciousness, with homes much further apart than the standard 6 meters
  • Development surrounded by private grass walkway and green areas, with easy access to Park viewing points
  • No through road

Members of the Lillybrook team, along with a representative from Prestige Park Home Manufacturers and from Quickmove Properties will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available throughout the day.

If you would like to book an appointment in advance please contact us via email. Alternatively you can call the office on 01249 890250.

We hope to see you there.

New Development January 2020 update

The Lillybrook staff have been working hard over the past 6 months. We are delighted to announce that homes 127 and 128 have been completed and are ready to view.

Our new development entrance sign has been locally sourced and is made from Portland Stone. We are extremely happy with the results, and plan on using them again in the future.

The green conservation area is now open and residents have been enjoying the tranquil setting. Residents are not the only ones enjoying the green area, both Roe and Muntjac deer have been spotted, together with a visiting Barn owl. We are hoping to see more wildlife in the near future and have planted several trees and flowers to improve the area.