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Home Care Agency - Medical and Educational - Shropshire

Asking Price: 
Turnover:  £598,942
Location: West Midlands

Well established leasehold home care agency in a convenient & accessible trading position. Adj. NP £69,307 (12%), genuine growth potential. Approximately 620 hours care per week, relocatable. ..

Care Home - Medical and Educational - Shropshire

Asking Price: 
Turnover:  £210,000
Location: West Midlands

Charming residential care home for the elderly (registered for ten residents). Peaceful yet accessible location, all single rooms, ideal for first time buyer. Advised fee income circa £210k per annum, historically healthy occupancy. Substantial period property, three-bedroom owner's accommodation. ..

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Local information: Shropshire, West Midlands

Shropshire is a sparsely populated county bordering Wales, and contains the Shropshire Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, as well as the Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, advertised as the Ďbirthplace of industryí, and known for its raw materials, including coal, iron ore, limestone and clay, for the manufacture of iron, tiles and porcelain, and for housing the first iron bridge of its kind in the world. The Severn, Britainís longest river, runs through Shropshire and further enabled the countyís early industry by transporting products to the sea for export.

Major settlements include Ludlow, Whitchurch and Market Drayton, as well as Telford, a new town built in the 1960s and 70s, and Shrewsbury, the administrative centre, known for its medieval street plan, Benedictine monastery, and large number of historical buildings. The county is also famous as the birthplace of Charles Darwin, one of the most important thinkers of the 19th century.