Seven doubles no obstacle to sale of Blackburn home

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

The Manchester office of property agents Christie & Co has reported the sale of the dual registered Linden House in Blackburn, Lancashire, to Mr K Khistria from Wigan. The previous owners, Mr and Mrs K Cotton, sold the business and property due to retirement. Mr Khistria currently owns a residential care home in Liverpool. Situated on the outskirts of Blackburn town centre, Linden House was originally a school but has traded as a care home for 15 years. Christie & Co¹s clients, Mr and Mrs Cotton, had owned it for seven years and extended the property twice, most recently two years ago to increase the registration to its current level of 42 residents. The care home accommodates 32 residential and 10 nursing patients and offers accommodation in 28 single and seven double bedrooms. The property stands in good-sized grounds with ample parking. Christie & Co¹s Guy Bosanko said the level of interest generated by the sale of Linden House further demonstrated the present strong demand for care homes which met the r

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