The well-known Prentis Road, London care setting transitions to new ownership.
This well-established day nursery is situated in a densely populated residential area, with a large number of schools, facilities and parks nearby. The setting is also within close proximity to public transport and mainline train routes, this makes it an ideal nursery setting; perfect for also appealing to commuters.
Operating under the current ownership structure for 4 years, the nursery provides a secure environment for children; within a spacious single storey premises.
The nursery takes advantage of its close proximity to green spaces, regularly organising trips to the local parks and outdoor activities.
The interior of the business features expansive classrooms, providing a comfortable environment for learning and play.
Current vendors, Mr and Mrs Ahmed, reached the decision to sell the business in order to focus on new business interests.
Once placed upon the market by Redwoods Dowling Kerr, the setting generated a great deal of interest. It was ultimately acquired by a first-time buyer; a former teacher with 26 years of experience. The prime trading location was what attracted them to the business.
The Vendor commented;
“Once Again thanks for all your help in selling a nursery.”
The Buyer testimonial;
“It has been a fantastic experience. RDK was always very professional and supportive. Sarah never delayed returning my calls or emails. This was always reassuring as a new business buyer. I am feeling quite relieved and excited to come to the conclusion. I am very grateful for your support with the negotiations.”
Lead Negotiator Sarah Ellison commented;
“I have worked with Mr and Mrs Ahmed before and due to our continued relationship, they came back to Redwoods Dowling Kerr to sell their day nursery. This enabled them to follow their new business interests and to also spend more time with their family. It has been a pleasure working with Mr and Mrs Ahmed again and finding them the right buyer. Our buyer, Mrs Hannan, has over 20 years of experience in teaching and management. We would like to wish her all the best with her new business venture.”