Greenacres Park is surrounded by fields and farmland yet it is within easy reach of Nottingham City.
The park is in walking distance to Holme Pierrepont Country Park which is home of the National Water Sports Centre, its set in 270 acres of parkland and has trails for walking and cycling.
Nottingham is famous for being the home of Robin Hood and Nottingham castles where the last showdown between him and Sheriff of Nottingham took place.
Nottingham has Trent Bridge which is an international cricket venue that hosts both Ashes and T20 games.
Greenacres is a charming park that is lined with trees and has a resident park manager to ensure peace of mind and security for all park residents.
- Permanent site licence
- Natural gas supply
- Regret no pets
- 10 year Gold Shield Warranty Scheme
- Members of the British Holiday and Home Parks Association
- No one under the age of 25 to be resident
Shops and local amenities
- Marks and Spencer
- Many other shops and cafes including Boots, Iceland, various opticians and a variety of independent specialist shops.
- Post Office
Nottingham and Surrounding areas
- Nottingham city centre has a very wide variety of shops and restaurants.
- Nottingham University Hospital is the largest teaching hospital in Europe.
- Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill
- River Trent is the third longest river in the UK is perfect for boat trips and fishing.
- Nottingham castle and caves are a wonderful day out for everyone and is only a 15 minute drive (see photo below)
- Wollaton Hall is set in 500 acres of land, there is a history museum and Nottinghams industrial museum situated there too. It is famous for being the backdrop in the Batman film The Dark Knight Rises. It is all only a 20 minutes away (see photo below)
- Greens Windmill is a working windmill where you can see the how grain is turned into flour using the power of wind (see photo below)
Out and About
- Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem pub is next to Nottingham Castle and claims to be the oldest pub in the Uk, there are records to show that it has been a pub since 1751 but no records to back up the claim that it dates back to 1189.
- There is a bus stop a short walk from the park that goes into Nottingham City Centre.
- Once in Nottingham you can make the most of the tram system.
- Nottingham station is a mainline station, London takes less than 1hr 45 minutes.
For further information and sited prices of new and previously owned homes telephone our manager Mr Paul Newton on 01159 821615 or mobile 07850 392205
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