Barchester acquires Iddenshall

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Barchester Healthcare plc has acquired the 40-bed Iddenshall Hall residential care home in the village of Clotton, near Tarporley, Cheshire (pictured below), from the previous owners Mr and Mrs Smart, who are retiring from the care sector. Property agents Christie & Co acted for Barchester. Associate director and manager of Christie & Co¹s Manchester office Guy Bosanko said Iddenshall Hall was an ideal addition to Barchester¹s national portfolio of quality care homes, which combined the finest of professional care with luxury surroundings and excellent cuisine. “The confidential acquisition of Iddenshall Hall, using contacts developed over many years, further consolidates Christie & Co¹s position as the market leader in the sale, acquisition and valuation of all types of care businesses,” Mr Bosanko said. “This expertise includes a detailed understanding of current legislation as well as an in-depth knowledge of both the local and national markets, ensuring that Christie & Co is well placed to advise corpo

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