Sussex hat-trick for Chantview


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

Specialist care property agent Chantview has sold three care homes for the same vendors in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex. St Michael’s, registered for 15 residents, has just been acquired by Mr and Mrs B Singh, who purchased the business from Mr N and Mrs D Jiwani and Mr A Thanawala. In recent months both the Copperbeach care home and Woodville care home, registered for 20 and 17 residents respectively, have also been sold by the same owners, who are retiring from the care sector to pursue other professions. Michael Aldridge, senior business consultant for Chantview, said all three homes were popular when being marketed and offered good investment potential due to their location in Bexhill and also for their high occupancy levels.





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