The old nursing home sold for close to the £975,000 asking priceThe old nursing home sold for close to the £975,000 asking price
The old nursing home sold for close to the £975,000 asking price | Bond Wolfe

Former Kings Heath nursing home sold at auction for almost £975,000

The Alcester Road South property in Kings Heath has sold for a high price at auction

A former 16-bed nursing home in Kings Heath has been sold at an auction for more than £970,000.

The Firs Nursing Home at 745 Alcester Road South in Kings Heath sold for close to the £975,000 asking price during the Bond Wolfe auction. The buyer is London-based outfit Stuart Clinton Property - established by professional property investors Max Rayner and Alex Baker.

The three-storey, freehold property, which had operated as a 16-bed nursing home, is on substantial grounds that include a lengthy driveway, a car park to the front and large gardens to the rear. The ground floor has a number of what were communal and staff rooms, with two separate staircases and lifts to bedrooms and bathrooms on the first and second floors, and gas central heating throughout.

James Mattin, managing director agency at Bond Wolfe, said: “We were pleased to have quickly completed this sale after receiving strong interest. This once again shows how large properties in such prime locations are popular in what is remaining to be a competitive marketplace despite current economic uncertainties.

“Although the property benefits from planning consent for a residential nursing home, it is considered ideal for alternative uses including residential conversion, subject to the necessary planning consents.”

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