Located on Links Road, the well-presented converted bungalow is registered to care for and accommodate up to 10 adults with learning disabilities. The home, now built over two storeys offers spacious lounge areas, gardens and patios, a sun lounge, dining room, eight single bedrooms and one double bedroom.
Gary Yeardley, Associate Director of Christie & Co is handling the sale. He comments, “It is reassuring to see such a well-run home and the satisfaction from both the owners and staff is evident. The homely and personal feel of Links Lodge is a credit to the current owners and offers likely purchasers a chance to step into a perfectly operational and profitable business.
“We are seeing increasing demand for this kind of service in the Blackpool area. The opportunity to take on a facility with such a benefit to the community would suit both an experienced operator as well as a new entrant to the sector.”
On publishing the latest CQC report, Debbie Westhead, Deputy Chief Inspector for Adult Social Care for the CQC described the home as “an exceptional service that puts the service user at the centre of everything it does”.
Links Lodge Care Home is available freehold at an asking price of £675,000.