Trethowans completes sale of Dorset care home after 23 years of ownership

Trethowans completes sale of Dorset care home after 23 years of ownership
 
Trethowans, a leading law firm with offices across the central south, have advised in the sale of Two Cedars Residential Care Home in Broadstone, Poole.
 
The Trethowans team, led by corporate partner Mark Nixon and registered foreign lawyer Gerta Xoxi, are delighted to have successfully supported the owner, Jean Williams, in the sale. The successful and popular residential care home has been sold after 23 years of ownership, as part of Jean’s retirement plans.
 
Two Cedars occupies a two-storey property with 17 single, furnished en suite bedrooms. The home is registered with the Care Quality Commission and benefits from a full-time registered manager and devoted staff members.
 
The Corporate team were assisted by Bethanie Watson, Associate Solicitor in Commercial Property and Kira Mountain, Solicitor in Employment.
 
The Trethowans team advised Jean adeptly through the complexities of the transaction and worked hard and tirelessly to bring it to fruition in a short timescale during the period leading to completion.
 
Jean commented: “Mark, Gerta and the team were efficient and supportive in their handling of the transaction which enabled me to sell Two Cedars without any complications. Thank you once again for your patience and excellent advice throughout the process of the sale.”
 
Commenting on the deal, Gerta Xoxi said: “It has been a pleasure to work with Jean and Sue Wheatley (the previous registered manager of Two Cedars) and support them in the sale after such a long period of ownership. We wish Jean and Sue all the very best with their future retirement plans.”
 

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