King’s Park offers a new way of living – a village-style community in a prime location in North East Lincolnshire.
Set in the sought after village of Scartho, close to the coastal charms of Cleethorpes and the handy amenities of Grimsby, King’s Park is an innovative development of stylish and affordable new homes.
Thoughtfully designed, and with an emphasis on quality, King’s Park provides flexible living for all generations in a unique blend of two to three bedroom bungalows and three and four detached and semi-detached houses.
A convenience store, urban café, pharmacy and opticians form a central hub for residents, a place to meet and make friends and all the services you need on your doorstep.
King’s Park is in the heart of an area steeped in maritime history and Grimsby has a proud heritage as the country’s leading fishing and seaport. This is reflected in the historic buildings that line its portside and town centre streets, being restored to their former glory in a major regeneration project.
Despite its history and charm, Grimsby has all the benefits of a vibrant modern town centre – a brilliant blend of high street and independent stores, a wide variety of places to eat and drink and plenty of things to see and do.And it’s easy to understand why neighbouring Cleethorpes with its beautiful sandy beach and iconic pier became one of the country’s favourite seaside resorts.
Sandwiched between the vibrant centre of Grimsby, the coastal attractions of Cleethorpes and the countryside of North East Lincolnshire, King’s Park is the ideal place to call home. King’s Park has an unrivalled position next to the Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital, providing convenient access to NHS healthcare services.
Other nearby essential services include a medical centre, dentist and opticians.
Future development plans include retirement accommodation, assisted living and a ‘step down’ care unit next to the hospital to support patients who require on-going nursing care before returning home. This will ensure a familiar environment for King’s Park residents that may need to use these services later in life.