Autism & Aspergers Support Ltd Sold to Investor
10th September 2020
Group of three healthcare in Eastbourne, East Sussex sold by Redwoods Dowling Kerr
Opening the group’s initial setting in 2000 and quickly acquiring 2 further properties in 2003 and 2007, Autism & Aspergers Support promptly built itself a reputation for offering exemplary residential support for those with the namesake conditions of Autism and Asperger’s.
Situated in the peaceful coastal town of Eastbourne in East Sussex, the settings are perfectly located to benefit from the vast array of close by shops and amenities offered by the town centre. Lying a short drive away from the A22 & A27 and within walking distance of local public transport connections, the care homes are highly accessible for clients from the surrounding areas, with some residents arriving from as far as London.
Each of the 3 care homes are fantastically appointed to offer market leading specialist resident care, providing a home from home atmosphere in 3-bedroom properties; the group can offer care for up to 9 residents. The settings are fully equipped with all the facilities necessary to cover every eventuality, in addition to offering a private space for staff.
Seeking retirement, the vendors made the difficult decision to place their care home group onto the market and formally appointed Redwoods Dowling Kerr to conduct the sale. Being recognised as a leading business broker in the UK healthcare market, we quickly garnered a large amount of interest for the group, ultimately accepting an offer from a property investor.
Lead Negotiator Marc Holmes commented;
“This group of 3 LD homes had a wonderful reputation and the overall business is a credit to the sellers. RDK sourced a keen and accomplished buyer eager to take the reins from the sellers and continue their fantastic work. The sale was agreed pre-UK lockdown and progressed through the Covid-19 pandemic. Throughout the sale it was of paramount importance to sellers and buyers that all residents and staff were kept safe from Covid-19. I wish the sellers all the best for their retirement and I wish the buyer a fruitful future.”