Nottingham care home sold to become luxury apartments


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

A former residential care home in the leafy Nottingham suburb known as The Park has been bought by developers for conversion to exclusive residential apartments for an undisclosed premium figure. The sale of Haddon House, a substantial, semi-detached Victorian property, was negotiated through the Nottingham office of business agents, Christie & Co, on behalf of Andrew Cross and his mother, Mrs Cross, who had operated it as a residential care home for the elderly since 1985. According to Christie & Co, the sale was due to Mrs Cross¹s retirement from the healthcare sector and Andrew Cross¹s desire to pursue other business interests. Haddon House was registered with Nottingham City Council Social Services for 19 residents. Christie & Co marketed the property to existing care home operators, but the property had greater appeal to developers due to its prime residential location. The former residential care home has been purchased by Jonathan Flint on behalf of a premium niche market developer, Chase Homes (East





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