10716 Cedar Ave, Grass Valley, CA 95945, Nevada County
The Grass Valley Luxury Care Facility has 6 ADA compliant suites. The rich grounds have two water features in the Sierra foothill setting. Each suite has a bedroom, living room, and its own private ADA bathroom with a roll-in Swanstone shower, travertine floors, handmade artisan exposed aggregate concrete countertops, and crown moldings.
There are two building included with the Grass Valley Luxury Care Facility. The main facility has entertainment room, a large living room, walk-in heated whirlpool bath tub in a separate water jet walk in tub room, a nursing station, an ADA compliant laundry room, custom kitchen, amazing dining room, and bonus rooms.
The Grass Valley Luxury Care Facility is an incredible Business Opportunity!
Income. Clients in "high end facilities" pay in the range of the $7,000 - $10,000 per month range. Gross income for the Facility could be $504,000 - $720,000
Location. Located a half mile from Grass Valley's historic district and in Nevada County is in a highly desired retirement community. Nevada County has the highest per capita amount of elderly in all of California!
Flexibility. Each of the six suites in the Facility include a living room and their own elegant ADA bathroom. Each suite is completely compliant for non-amblitory clients
The Grass Valley Luxury Care Facility has been extensively remodeled to be nothing less than breathtaking. It will not be very difficult to fill the rooms!
The facility has been completely remodeled to the highest level of RCFE and ADA 2015 codes allowing it to be used even as a Congregate Living Facility.
Opening a Residential Care Facility for the elderly is a great business opportunity. Purchasing The Grass Valley Luxury Care Facility allows the owners or owner operators to make a great income and build equity in the property at the same time.
Congregate Living Health Facility (CLHF) provides inpatient care, including the following basic services: medical supervision, 24-hour skilled nursing and supportive care, pharmacy, dietary, social, recreational, and at least one type of the following services: services for persons who are mentally alert, physically disabled persons, who may be ventilator dependent; services for persons who have a diagnosis of terminal illness, a diagnosis of a life threatening illness, or both; services for persons who are catastrophically and severely disabled.
The primary need of congregate living health facility residents shall be for availability of skilled nursing care on a recurring, intermittent, extended, or continuous basis. This care is generally less intense than that provided in general acute care hospitals but more intense than that provided in skilled nursing
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