Regional operator acquires Lancashire care home

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

In another clear signal that the care sector is experiencing rejuvenation, GLP Taylors is pleased to announce the sale of long established Lancashire facility – Danesmoor Private Rest Home. Danesmoor, which is registered for 24 residents, has 16 single and four twin rooms, and has been modified to the rear, to include purpose built accommodation.  

In operation since 1984, the home is situated on the outskirts of of Haslingden in Rossendale offering excellent access to all local amenities in a densely populated area.

The home has been sold to a growing north west operator for a figure approaching the initial asking price and funding was provided by Lloyds TSB.

Anthony Rae of GLP Taylors said: ‘I am pleased to have been able to assist Mr John Evans in the sale of Danesmoor Rest Home. This business produced numerous interested parties without the need for general advertising and this leaves many buyers still trying to find their  first care home venture. The sale offer

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