Hoyland Hall is a fully operational care home situated in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. It is fully occupied and a profitable asset that has been triving for many years.
Hoyland Hall is housed in a historic stone building, with foundations dating back to the seventeenth century. The building has undergone major refurbishment and investment to meet the special requirements of a care home. The house is surrounded by luscious greenery while being situated in a highly populated, bustling area that is full of shops and clinics, with easy access to the motorway.
The property will be managed by a dedicated and professional team, with all bills, maintenance and repairs covered by the tenant. This ensures a fully hands-off investment that delivers a guaranteed fixed income stream to your account.
Cartwright care has over 35 years of experience in the care home sector. All of the company’s care homes are supervised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and Cartwright always aims for nothing less than Outstanding for all of their care homes. The company places a great emphasis on professionalism and up-to-date knowledge in managing and operating care homes while maintaining top ethical standards in a competitive environment.
The company’s managers have considerable experience in managing and operating scores of care homes. Throughout the years they have acquired a wealth of knowledge in the fields of development of quality standards in care homes, managing professional staff, and methods of increasing occupancy and profits.
Hoyland is a small town close to Barnsley, South Yorkshire in the north of England, between Sheffield and Leeds.
It is estimated that by 2020 there will be a population of circa 248,000, of which, about 50,000 will be over the age of 65. This age group, of over 65, is growing in Barnsley at a rate of almost 12%, compared to the 4% growth rate nationwide. Barnsley is a town that was first mentioned in English literature almost a thousand years ago.