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Willow Brook Park

  • Proprietor Wyldecrest Parks
  • ContactKrystina Blears (Sales)
  • Address Station Road, Sandycroft, Deeside, Flintshire, CH5 2PW
  • Telephone
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  • Telephone 0844 567 7300
  • Please mention Park Home Living when you call.

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Features
Cats allowed
Dogs allowed
44 Residential homes (owned)
Adults only
Semi retirement/retirement park
Warden/Manager on site
Minimum age: 50+

Owner's Description

Willow Brook Park is a smart newly built park on the banks of the River Dee in the picturesque village of Sandycroft, North Wales. All the homes have wide plots, are well spaced and come with parking. As the park is still relatively new the housing stock is in first class condition and new homes sell quickly.

Willow Brook Park is set in the county of Flintshire in North East Wales and borders Denbighshire, Wrexham and the English county of Cheshire. It is also very close to the Northwest coast and with road links to Liverpool and Manchester are nearby and the local shops, hospital and doctors are approximately two miles away.The stunning landscaping and contemporary look of Willow Brook, complimented by its location is perfect for the discerning home buyer.

Amenities include;
Greenacres Animal Park 2 miles
Hawarden Golf Course 2.6 miles
Hawarden Castle 2.1 miles
Chester Zoo 10.7 miles
Chester Cathedral 8.8 miles
Greyhound Retail Park 7.6 miles
Liverpool John Lennon Airport 29.2 miles


FINAL STAGE OF THE DEVELOPMENT (available to purchase off plan).

*** There are just THREE REMAINING PLOTS AVAILABLE. The plots offer a fantastic opportunity to personalise these last few homes by choosing your own kitchen finish and decor. These beautiful finished park homes are ready to move into and it would be even possible for a purchaser to negotiate a price which includes all furniture and furnishings.

Speak to our Park Homes team on 0844 567 7300 for information, and to arrange a visit.

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These details were last updated on Thursday 15th June 2017