• Dovercourt - Burgundy - Static Caravan For Sale

Dovercourt, Harwich

  • £31,995
  • Ref: 6252
  • Type: Static Caravan
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Park: Dovercourt

  • Contact Park
  • Virtual Tour
  • Call: 0800 433 7824
  • Sell Through Us

Property Summary

The stunning Swift burgundy is a marvel in holiday home construction with features the whole family are sure to love.
You will be spoilt for choice for things to do at Dovercourt Holiday Park - don’t forget our Kid’s Clubs with Loopy the rabbit!

The classically designed lounge area is spacious and also features a cozy sofa bed to sleep a further 2 people. The classic style galley kitchen features an oven, sink and extra over- head storage.
The model boasts a compact, yet brilliantly designed master bedroom with ample storage space.
It also features a valuable twin bedroom to sleep a further two people for those brilliant family holidays, this model also comprises of a third bedroom, with twin beds and plenty of storage space. The fully equipped family shower room is light and spacious, featuring a modern tiled shower, toilet and sink.

The most difficult decision you now have to make is which beautiful area of the park to have your holiday home pitched!


What are you waiting for? This beautiful model won’t be around for long, so phone today to book your appointment.

Make: Swift
Model: Burgundy
Sleeps: 8
Year: 2014
Length: 35ft
Width: 10ft

This holiday home is available for sale with a pitch license agreement. The park has a season length of up to 11.5 months a year during which time there are no restrictions on the amount of times an owner can visit their holiday home. The standard annual pitch fee for this park is from £3695 to £4995 per annum.
All quoted prices include transport, siting and connection costs and pitch fees for the current year. This is a holiday home for sale and holiday homes do not normally qualify for a mortgage. Other finance options may be available. For further information please contact Harvey Longsons.