Lancashire nursing home sold to Constantia Care Homes
The privately-owned Crawshaw Hall nursing home and medical centre in Crawshawbooth, Lancashire has been sold to Constantia Care Homes.
Crawshaw Hall, which was opened by Harry and Eileen Karoo in 1987, provides specialised care to people aged 50 years and over who suffer from a wide range of psychological illnesses.
The home sits in a 18th century mansion standing in over five acres of landscaped gardens set at the edge of 27 acres of forest land overlooking Limy Water.
Crawshaw Hall Medical Centre was later opened in spring 1995 and was designed to provide nursing and residential care to young adults over the age of 18 years who have medical and/or physical disabilities.
Constantia Care Homes, part of the Constantia Healthcare Group, currently operates two homes in Middlesbrough and Queens Lodge in Blackburn, which it acquired through Christie & Co in 2020.
“Crawshaw Hall is a well-managed and established nursing home with a good reputation for looking after elderly people requiring nursing and or special needs care,” said Constantia Care Homes managing director Anthony Massouras.
“The home’s location is ideally suited to Constantia’s growth plans in the north-west,” he added.
Jonathan Wickens, director of healthcare at Christie & Co, which handled the sale, said: “Crawshaw Hall is a fantastic facility providing a wide range of care services and has a ‘Good’ rating with CQC.”
Legal support for the seller was provided by Richard Robinson and his team at Napthens Solicitors, and Clarions Solicitors in Leeds advised the buyer.
Financial support was provided by Nash Business Capital. Crawshaw Hall was sold for an undisclosed price.