Bancourt House is in Torquay, famously known as the English Riviera, and just a 10-minute walk to the seafront, shops and town centre.  Bancourt House will offer fine dining and bar, cinema, hair and beauty, salon, and spa – including a heated swimming pool and gym. Residents will also have access to large secluded gardens.


Investors can purchase the leaseholds of individual room within our development at a 30% discount. On completion, investors can choose one of three ways to receive their income: –

  • Purchase a Care Home Studio from £79,400, £85,400, £90,400 and £99,400.
  • Investor-discounted prices
  • Reserve for £2,000 per studio
  • Closing fees held with UK lawyers until completion (within 6-8 weeks of reservation)
  • Buyback option 5-6 year 110, 7-8 year 115%, 9 year 120% and 10 year 125% buy-back

The former Bancourt Hotel will be transformed into a luxury care resort of 42 studios for long and short- term residents — with an option to access to 24/7 professional care packages.

The English Riviera is a 22 mile stretch of outstanding South Devon coastline — seaside resorts, rocky coves, picturesque villages and warm weather, make it one of the UK’s top holiday destination.

Torquay, along with Paignton, Babbacombe and Brixham make up the four Riviera towns, and are known collectively as ‘Torbay’. Each have their own distinct charm and unique personalities.

The beautiful coastline features 20 beaches and coves and the highest concentration of Blue Flag beaches in England. The 20 mile coast path is part of the South West Coast Path and is complemented by many miles of country rambles and beautiful nature reserves.

Famed for its fantastically warm micro-climate for centuries, the English Riviera never fails to live up to this reputation with the warm atmosphere and verdant foliage of a sub tropical resort.

The area’s most famous resident was no doubt Agatha Christie, the most published novelist of all time. Over 2 billion of her books have been sold and Torquay’s Agatha Christie Mile, the Agatha Christie Gallery and

Greenway — her South Devon riverside home, all make the area a sought after destination for worldwide fans.

The rich geological, historical and cultural heritage of the English Riviera was recognised in 2007, when it became a UNESCO Geopark — a site of international geological significance. With a coastline featuring 20 beaches and coves, Torbay has the highest concentration of Blue Flag beaches in England.

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