Used Willerby Manor for sale Wooler Northumberland Static Caravan

Used Static Caravan for Sale

2020 Willerby Manor for sale Wooler Northumberland

Asking Price: £34,995

Currently located in: Northumberland

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Key Information

Reference : 110238
Manufacturer: Willerby
Year: 2020
Width: 12'0"
Length: 35'0"
Advert updated: 21 Jan, 2024

Location: Northumberland, North of England

Price: £34,995

Berth: 6
Bedrooms: 2
Sited: Yes
Kitchen: Yes
Condition: Used Axles: 1

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2020 model Willerby Manor 35' x 12' - 2 Bedrooms - Sleeps 6
Location: Wooler in Northumberland.
Specification includes: Double Glazing, Central Heating, Galvanised Chassis.
Lounge with electric fire, freestanding sofas with fold-out sofa bed and scatter cushions, TV cabinet and coffee table.
Dining area features freestanding dining table and chairs with pendant lighting.
A practical full-height storage cupboard is located beside external door.
Fitted kitchen: gas cooker featuring 5-burner hob and feature extractor fan, integrated appliances: fridge-freezer and microwave. Soft-close units, under cabinet and plinth lighting.
Family shower room.
Main Bedroom: King-size bed/lift-up storage with bedside units and fitted lights, mirrored dressing area with stool, TV point. En-suite WC and wash basin facility.
Twin Bedroom: 2 single beds, bedside cabinet, fitted wardrobe. TV point.
The Willerby Manor is the ideal holiday home retreat.
Park details:
The typical Northumbrian market town of Wooler is only a short walk from the Park with pubs and amenities.
A quiet, relaxing, rural retreat with magnificent views of the rolling Northumbrian countryside - steeped in history and culture.
There are footpaths from the Park which lead directly to Humbleton Hill and beyond to more paths and bridleways. Along the way you will find interesting ponds, wildlife areas and woods with the Cheviot Hills and valleys providing the perfect backdrop.
The Park is within easy reach of the Scottish Borders and the magnificent Northumbrian coastline featuring Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island, Craster, Beadnell and Seahouses.
Park fees are a separate cost.

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