The 26ft mobile home intended as an annexe for an elderly couple has been removed from Cavell Square, Deal, after failing to get planning permission.
Tina and John Sanders had the static caravan sited in May for Mrs Sanders’s unwell mother, Audrey Sells, and her partner.
But it prompted 24 letters of opposition to Dover District Council from neighbours.
Some called it a monstrosity, others said it lowered the tone of the street.
And at the beginning of June, the council's executive agreed it should not stay.
It’s a real relief. I used to walk out of my door and my heart would sink.
Now Mrs Sanders said she wants to move on and get on with her life.
It has been sold on, at a loss to her mother, and it has cost them their good relations with neighbours.
Alan Adshead, whose front door opened up onto the view of the caravan, said: “It’s a real relief as it has opened up sunlight onto my front garden now. I used to walk out of my door and my heart would sink, wondering if it would ever go.”
Not everybody was against the Sanders’ cut price efforts to help their mother.
Neighbour Ray Bass said: “I could not see the harm in it.”
He said ripping the bush out to make way for the caravan had done pedestrians a favour as it had been rarely trimmed and encroached onto the path.
He added that the Sanders family were a big improvement on previous residents.
He said: “There was always police there, nearly every day and night, even raids on the property at any time.
“All she wanted to do was look after her mother. Let’s hope the people who complained are not put in a similar situation".