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High Yield Investment - 10% Net Yield P/A 10% Rental Assurance for 10 years

High Yield Investment - 10% Net Yield P/A 10% Rental Assurance for 10 years

New Care Home community that delivers an annual rental income, payable monthly, of circa 10% of invested funds over 10 years, together with assured buy-back options delivering a great Return On Investment.

Situated in the delightful and affluent Somerset village of Martock, Hurst Manor is a Grade II listed Georgian property built in 1828 faced in fine local Hamstone ashlar with Welsh slate hipped roofs.

Having traded successfully as a care home for the past 20 years, the property has been acquired vacant by the project Developer, and will now undergo a sensitive re-fit to offer new residents a stunning, peaceful and traditional setting in their later years. 

The development team are currently liaising with the local authority’s planning and conservation officers, English Heritage and other parties to ensure that our proposals deliver a sympathetic and sustainable redevelopment of the listed property and its grounds.

Project regeneration works will reinstate the grandeur of the property’s reception and communal areas and create 30+ luxury, en-suite care studios furnished with high quality fixtures, fittings and fabrics in a traditional setting.  

Continuing the success of other new sold out previous projects, strong interest is expected in latest new high-end care facility.


Why invest in UK care industry?

  • As a country, the UK is aging; care for the elderly is already generating an income of £14.5 Billion for the UK economy every year (AMA Research Ltd), the majority of which is funded by the government. 
  • This figure is due to increase as the population ages. Estimates from the Office of National Statistics (www.ons.gov.uk) suggests that 1 in 4 people will be aged 65+ by 2050, representing a 56.3% increase from 2012. A total of 8 million people will be aged 80+ by the same year.
  • In order to begin to meet the demand, the UK government has committed to transferring £3.8 billion from the NHS (National Health Service) for joint NHS and local council decisions about the funding of health and care services from the outset of 2015.
  • Key decisions are now being made at local levels to ‘deliver better outcomes and greater efficiencies through more integrated services for older and disabled people’. (Age UK) 


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High Yield Investment - 10% Net Yield P/A 10% Rental Assurance for 10 years


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