Bearnett House in Bearnett Drive, Lloyd Hill, is being converted from an old people's home to a start-of-the-art children's home able to accommodate a dozen youngsters with learning disabilities.
Specialist business property adviser Christie & Co is seeking someone to to rent the grade 2 listed building that is in its final stages of completion.
It is being offered for long-term lease for the building which can be used for permanent residency as well as respite care.
Mahesh Mehan decided to bring the home to market to allow a new operator to run it under management.
Tamara Gee, associate director at Christie & Co, who is handling the leasing, said: “I feel honoured to be working with Mr Mehan on this opportunity. He is a credible children’s home operator with a huge passion for this sector, and he will undoubtedly continue to thrive as he creates more replicas of this type of beautiful home.
“There is a huge demand for this type of specialism, and we anticipate a good level of interest from operators.”
Hundreds of objectors lost a battle to stop the former nursing home off the A449 Stourbridge Road from being turned into a residential home for children with learning disabilities.
Neighbours living near Bearnett House feared the nature of the potential young occupants would lead to noise and disruption for elderly residents.
A petition containing 295 signatures was submitted to South Staffordshire Council opposing the change of use. there were also 67 letters of objection.