Charnwood Acres is a new site for Mobile Park Homes and Luxury Lodges. There are a few spaces available as we are continually creating new ones set amongst the mature trees in this fabulous woodland environment.
Wherever possible we are trying to keep as much of the natural setting and other than clearing the winding paths that meander through the woods, we intend to leave it to the local animals that abound throughout the grounds.
The park is owned and operated by Ron Grundy (Melbourne) Limited, We have over twenty five years experience in developing and operating Park Homes and our Managing Director Mr Anthony Grundy is passionate about this new site as it has such a relaxing and beautifully natural ambience to it.
Below shows a map of the proposed site when completed although this is subject to small changes as each stage is undertaken. Whilst not exactly to scale it is a good approximation. The plots shown in a black outline are not released at the moment but show the approximate location in the future.
The plots shown in pink are already occupied. The plots shown in White are empty plot bases and are available with the exemption of Plot 65 which has an Omar Ambleside Lodge for sale on it. Some are Single width plots and some are double width plots. Unfortunately it is not possible to have a single width unit on a Double width plot.
We're A Close Community at Charnwood Acres
At Charnwood Acres Holiday Home Park you will find that old fashioned community values are alive and kicking! Whilst nobody likes living in an environment where everyone is living in each others' pocket, it is important that everyone looks out for their neighbour. This is especially true of our park.
On that subject, there is some interesting reading to be had from a Southern Californian couple who lived on a Mobile Home Park,..
They were concerned about their safety and vunerability. In a typical mobilehome community, neighbours are close. If some are unprepared, that makes it even more dangerous for those around them. But when neighbours work together, safety and security for the whole community are improved. They embarked upon an experiment to improve emergency preparedness in their community. The book details what they have learned about building a neighbourhood emergency response team. It is presented in a format for others to use to build their own teams. Whilst the examples and information pertains to Southern California, most of what is contained in the book applies for practically any country.
Emergencies by their very definition are unexpected and unknown. We do know however, that the more preparations and planning that we do, gives us a better chance of keeping that emergency from becoming a disaster!
Check out the book here >>>