Revered North West day nursery is now under new ownership thanks to Redwoods Dowling Kerr.
Established by the previous owners since 1999, the nursery has flourished over the last 20 years, while benefiting from redevelopment and continual investment.
Located in a popular residential community, the setting capitalises upon a secure and private position within the grounds of an expansive residential property, making it a popular and desirable nursery for families in the local area.
The luxurious nursery is within a short distance of major commuter routes, which has allowed it to appeal to both families in the locality and those who commute to their workplaces.
With capacity for 48 children, the nursery provides high-quality childcare for children aged from 3 months to 4 years.
Due to the efforts of its team of extensively trained and experienced staff, the nursery has earned a ‘Good’ Ofsted report upon its latest inspection.
The nursery has consolidated an exceptional reputation in the local area and is well-known for delivering the highest quality of childcare provision.
Brought to the market by Redwoods Dowling Kerr due to the vendor’s retirement, this esteemed nursery setting generated a considerable amount of attention.
The setting was so popular that it sold after 5 viewings. The successful track record of the nursery and its respected reputation greatly influenced the sale.
This sought-after nursery was swiftly acquired by a first-time buyer who is inspired to continue the legacy of this well-known nursery, intending to expand and develop it further.
The vendor commented;
“The negotiator was helpful and kept in touch along the way. She was always at the end of the phone if we needed her. Thanks to Redwoods Dowling Kerr for their assistance.”
Lead Negotiator Natasha Satterthwaite commented;
“It was a pleasure assisting with the marketing and sale of the setting. The vendors have always been easy to talk too and kept me up to date along the way. I’d like to also wish the buyers every success for the future of the setting.”