Pricing When Buying On Park

Key factors that determine a price when buying ‘on-park’

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The Wessex park home or lodge

The cost will depend on the model you choose as well as the size and specification (fixtures and fittings etc.).

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As with all accommodation, location is a key driver of price. Park homes and lodges in the southeast are typically more expensive than those situated further north. Parks near the coast or by rivers and lakes also typically carry a premium, as do parks in areas of natural beauty such as Devon, Cornwall or the Lake District.

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Transport & Siting

Costs involve specialist transport from the manufacturer to the park and siting the home. Costs also include: the base for the home, commissioning for plumbing and electrics, skirting around the bottom of the home and steps to the front and back doors.

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Plot / park specifics

Other factors which may affect price include the plot size and location, outbuildings such as garden sheds and garages, decking, driveways, landscaping, park amenities, and services (maintenance / warden) etc.

 When buying on-park you will usually be given a Turnkey Price which includes all the above.

To request an ex-works retail price list for our standard models, or help on finding a suitable park, please call us on 0845 257 0400 or email

No Stamp Duty to pay

Council tax band A (in most cases)

10-year GoldShield structural warranty on all homes

Buying on Park