Seaview Park by Wickland (Holdings) Ltd

Warden Bay Road, Leysdownon-sea, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, ME12 4NB

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Park Home Living Leysdown-on sea

Living on a park home site appeals to people for a range of different reasons. For many, moving to a residential park means swapping city or suburban life for a quieter one in the countryside. It is also a great option for anyone who would like to become part of a like-minded community they can feel secure in. At Seaview park the owners have been operating in the area for over 40 years, we have a security barrier, 24 hour CCTV in operation, WiFi, Swimming pool and on site management. We guarantee 12 month occupancy which most parks in the area don’t have.

Seaview park homes are particularly popular among the retired community, as they're easier and more affordable to run and maintain than conventional houses. A of the accommodation is arranged on one floor, which means they can often be a practical choice for people who have problems with mobility.
Many of our owners are looking to downsize and use the equity from the sale of their family home to enjoy a better standard of life. Seaview Park homes are extremely affordable making moving into one of our homes the perfect solution. There’s a great choice of park home designs and styles, and they can be supplied fully carpeted and furnished, so that’s another expense taken care of.

Our park homes have a sense of community and due to the size of our park we have an "everyone knows everyone" feel to it. You'll have plenty of privacy, as well as the freedom to choose how involved you would like to be, but there will always be lots of things to do and new people to meet if you like to be quite sociable. The community spirit aspect of living on Seaview park site can be particularly appealing in retirement — especially if you don't live with a partner. Residential sites offer a unique environment, and there are plenty of opportunities to get out of the house and make new friends.
  1. 24HR CCTV
  2. Swimming Pool
  3. WiFi
  4. Children’s Play Area



Warden Bay Road, Leysdownon-sea, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, ME12 4NB

Opening hours

8am-5pm office hours. 24hr emergency telephone in operation.

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

On Site Swimming Pool, On Site Dog Walking Area, On Site Childrens Play Area.

Local Shopping

Local Convenience store 5 mins walk away. Morrisons Supermarket (10 mins drive). Leysdown Promenade of Shops, Restaurants and Amusements a short walk away.


Eastchurch Primary School, Leysdown Road is a 5 minute walk.


Doctors surgery in Leysdown Road is a 5 minute walk away.
Sheppey community hospital in Minster-on-sea is a 10 minute drive away.

Transport Links

Arriva bus to and from Maidstone – Sheerness via 334, 341, 351, 647 services.
Arriva bus to and from Rushenden – Leysdown-on-sea via 360, 362, 365 services.
Arriva bus to and from Sheerness – Queensway via 361 service.
Trainline services via South Eastern trains from Sheerness.

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Teynham (6.5 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Driving directions

Easy access by road from the A2, M2 or M20 via the A249 dual-carriageway.
By train, the end of the line is Sheerness-on-sea with buses taking you to Leysdown-on-sea.

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