A Grade II listed property which was most recently used as a care home is on the market.

Offers are being invited for Croxley House which shut down as a care home in December last year.

The building on the two acre site off The Green in Croxley Green is being marketed by real estate consultancy firm Knight Frank although the asking price has not been officially disclosed.

According to the Rightmove website, where the property has a listing, potential uses for Croxley House include education, assisted living, or residential development.

Greensleeves Care, which manages more than 20 care homes across England, says its closure of Croxley House had been "long-planned".

However, the closure came off the back of an inspection in December 2020 by the Care Quality Commission which found Croxley House to be "inadequate".

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The care home was also embroiled in controversy after allegations that a former Second World War Navy Wren, aged in her 90s, was attacked in the home.

The woman was taken to hospital in May 2019 with a three-inch wound to her leg, while other photos showed bruising on her body.

But following a police investigation, Croxley House was cleared of any wrongdoing.

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On the back of the closure of Croxley House care home, Greensleeves relaunched its care home as Clarendon Lodge, which is situated within the grounds of Croxley House.

According to Greensleeves' website, Clarendon Lodge is on the lookout for new residents. The care home charity says Croxley House lost a number of its residents to Covid-19 in the final few weeks before December's closure.