The property comprises a detached property built originally in the 1970’s and converted to a private nursing home in 1984. The home has ceased trading and closed on 5th February 2021.
The building is arranged on ground and first floors and had a registration for 27 residents plus two residents’ lounges, kitchen, dining room and cloakroom facilities. The property has the benefit of private car parking and gardens which enjoy a patio area with mature trees and shrubs. Services and facilities include gas central heating and existing kitchen equipment (all untested).
Chislehurst is an affluent residential suburb situated in north Kent and within the London Borough of Bromley.
The property is situated in a good quality residential area less than 0.5 miles from Chislehurst High Street and a similar distance from Elmstead Woods Railway Station with regular train services providing access to a number of southside London termini and stations including Waterloo, London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross.
The surrounding area comprises principally detached houses and a local parade of shops within Walden Road.
8,000 sq.ft (743.2 sq.m)
Offers invited in excess of £2,500,000 (Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Pounds). Our client may consider letting the property at terms to be agreed, to a suitably financially secure company/entity.
We are advised by our clients that the annual fee income, prior to closure, had been in the order of £1,200,000 per annum.