Chaffinch Residential Care Home Sold by Redwoods Dowling Kerr
7th August 2020
Under the vendors thoughtful ownership for the past 25 years, Chaffinch Residential Care Home has earned an enviable reputation within the locality for providing excellent standards of care and support whilst maintaining the resident’s dignity. Through cultivating an atmosphere of genuine warmth towards clients, the care home has proven immensely popular over its extensive trading history, maintaining historically high occupancy levels through regular referrals and recommendations.
Situated in the popular market town of Bury in Greater Manchester, Chaffinch Residential Care Home occupies a highly strategic trading position, residing in a densely populated residential area and lying a short distance away from Fairfield Hospital and a variety of local amenities and shops. With the nearby M66 motorway and ample public transport routes close to hand, the care home is perfectly placed to attract clients from a far-reaching area.
The quality of care provided by Chaffinch Residential Care Home has always been of the upmost importance for the owner, with the quality of care presenting a far greater priority than the quantity provided. Therefore, the care home offers market leading care for 5 residents with mental health requirements.
In the pursuit of retirement, the long-standing owner made the difficult decision to place the care home on the market. Understanding Redwoods Dowling Kerr as the prolific business broker within the UK healthcare market, we were formally instructed to facilitate the sale. Following an extensive marketing campaign and garnering 10 viewings and 9 offers, the home was sold to an ambitious new owner.
The vendor commented;
Throughout the sale both Marc Holmes, the completion Manager and Sam Fazackerley, the sale Manager were excellent. Both of them went out of their way to facilitate the sale and deal with any queries that I had. Hats off to them.
Lead Negotiator, Sam Fazackerley commented;
It has been an absolute pleasure in getting the sale of Chaffinch across line. The business has both longstanding residents and staff in site, which gave the home a “family” feel, which was a big selling point for any potential buyer. The vendor had been very hands in the business over the years, and he can now enjoy his retirement knowing that the home will continue to run as a family venture. I wish both the vendor and the purchasers the best of luck for the future and hope the business will continue to go from strength to strength.