Enjoy a leisurely life with financial security, a reduced cost of living and a sound investment.Take advantage
Simplify your life, declutter, relax and experience a complete change of pace and outlook.Sit back & relax
Escape the hustle and bustle to the tranquillity and more leisurely Kent life. It’s time to move.View our parks
the over 50’s
New homes fully furnished &
with low rates
Moving to a new area can be daunting, often you may not know anyone but this is why a park home is a fantastic opportunity.
Residential parks are home to a like-minded community of residents, each enjoying the relaxed environment and security that a residential park provides.
Faces will soon become familiar, new friends will be made and you are certain to experience a real sense of belonging.
Life on a residential park is designed to be stress reducing, so it is imperative that the location of these parks is near to all necessary amenities such as bus stops, doctors, shop and post office.
All Keat Farm residential parks are accessed a short distance from main roads, but just far enough away to benefit from peace and quiet.
It’s time to put your feet up, take advantage of the peace and enjoy your own little part of Kent.
Set in beautifully maintained private estates, Keat Farm residential parks provide a tranquil and conducive atmosphere for you to relax, potter and explore the local area.
We chose Park Home living because we wanted to downsize and release capital for travelling.
When we saw Keat Farm we were impressed by the spacious layout of the site.
We have been in our home for 7 years and are very happy that we made the move (which was a big decision at the time).Homes for sale
Residential park homes are normally sold fully furnished and ready for you to move in to. If you are seeking a permanent labour saving residence, a park home in Kent offers a truly affordable alternative to traditional housing.
Exclusively our residential parks are for the 50+ age group. A monthly ground rent is payable, starting from £153.50, depending on the park.The Keat Farm Journal