The house builder confirmed it was closing the plant last month as part of an ongoing rethink of its offsite strategy.
Earlier this year Countryside confirmed a review of its offsite operations which had left the firm with excess capacity and forecast operating losses of £10m.
The Bardon factory only opened last Autumn making modular panels and Countryside was one of the industry’s earliest adopters of MMC with an original target of delivering 6,000 homes a year by 2025 using offsite methods.
The Bardon site is now being marketed for sale by chartered surveyor Walker Singleton.
The sales brochure states: “The entire plant is a state of the art panel manufacturing line, installed in 2020/2021, enabling the manufacture of closed panel timber frames, embracing modern methods of construction.
“Walker Singleton have been instructed to invite interest in the entire Homag/ Weinmann closed panel timber frame panel line, along with the Dodd Engineering floor cassette line.
Countryside is preparing the whole business for a sale and it currently has two other offsite factories.