A former care home with redevelopment potential in Branksome Park, Poole, has come to the market through Savills.
The recently closed Park Manor Care Home is a three-storey converted Victorian villa with 1980s extension, which had capacity for 37 residents. The main building was built in 1844 and boasts original William Morris fitted furniture, décor, plaster and glass. In addition to the bedrooms, many of which are en suite, there are three dining rooms, a residents’ lounge and a Victorian conservatory with clerestory windows in the original part of the building. The more recent extension provides further bedrooms as well as four self-contained apartments.
The property, which is locally listed, also has several outbuildings including stores, garages and a bungalow used as staff accommodation. The grounds extend to about 2.25 acres with a private access and mature tree-lined boundary.
Vanessa Patel of Savills south coast development team says: “The former Park Manor Care Home is an attractive, converted Victorian villa which sits within landscaped mature grounds in the popular Branksome Park area. The sale presents an exciting redevelopment opportunity for the incoming buyer and we are anticipating a great deal of interest from both care home operators and residential developers.”
Savills is inviting unconditional and conditional offers, with a bid deadline of 12 noon, Friday 18th August 2023.
For more information, contact Vanessa Patel at Savills on 07972 000140 or click here.