Manor Cottage in Devon revisited

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

A couple who sold their care home in Paignton, Devon, five years ago, have bought it back again. Ken and Maureen Peek previously owned Manor Cottage residential home which they sold to David and Catherine Hill in 1997. After four years of ownership the Hills retired and sold the home to Mr and Mrs Tony Cortese. After just a year, ill health obliged Mr and Mrs Cortese to reluctantly place the home on the market and it was then that the Peeks decided to buy it back again. Manor Cottage was originally two detached properties, which have been linked by a ground floor extension. The residential home is registered for 18 residents and comprises 16 single bedrooms and one twin bedroom (eight with ensuite facilities) . There is also two-bedroom owner¹s accommodation, gardens and a car park. The home is conveniently located for the town centre and seafront of Paignton which together, with Torquay and Brixham, forms the popular resort of Torbay. Manor Cottage was sold for an undisclosed figure from an asking price of

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