“The dad-of-one was given just 14 days to move the van from his property, because small print in the terms of his freehold said he couldn’t park ‘commercial vehicles’ outside his own home.
As he was planning to use the van for his delivery business, the jobsworth inspector said the vehicle was illicitly parked.
The order came just days after the 25-year-old handed in his notice to focus on his new start-up.
Reece, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, told The Sun Online: “It’s pathetic – they’re saying you can’t have this house unless you’re an accountant or something.
“They have no respect for people who work 70 hours a week to provide for their families unless it’s the right kind of job.
“I paid £192k for the freehold, why can’t I park a van on my drive? It’s elitist.
“None of my neighbors have complained – they think it’s ridiculous that I’m being forced to sell it. A lot of them have vans themselves.
“I grew my side business enough to go full-time, and even handed in my notice at work – then Persimmon wrecked all my plans.
“Thankfully I got my old job back, but it was still a bit sour. I haven’t done any deliveries for ages, and I’ve had to go back to square one.
“I’m just trying to sell the house so I can move on with my life.”
Reece was eventually forced to sell his van – and temporarily shelve his dreams of becoming his own boss.
He insists he wasn’t told about the bonkers contract clause – and says even his solicitor failed to pick up on it.
He blasted: “There’s no way I would have bought the place had I known about it. Setting up a business has been a dream of mine for years.
“When we first moved in there were about 50 things wrong with the house. The build quality was shocking, I’ve had to spend £2k on really basic renovations just so I can sell it.
“The carpet is coming up everywhere, and the paint comes off the walls if it gets slightly damp.
“The door frames are the wrong size and the skirting boards are all wrong. It’s been a nightmare, I’m never buying a house from them again.”
It comes after Persimmon boss Jeff Fairburn sparked fury by walking out of an interview when pressed on his staggering £75m bonus.
When asked if he had any regrets about the furore, he sneered: “I’d rather not talk about that, it’s been well covered actually.”
He then stormed off, adding: “I think that’s really unfortunate actually that you’ve done that.”
Last year we revealed a couple in Newquay, Cornwall, plastered their windows with posters warning potential buyers to stay away from their Persimmon-built estate.”