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Attractive Northamptonshire golf business for sale

2.07pm 9th August 2017 - Property - This story was updated on Thursday, August 10th, 2017

Cold Ashby Golf Club

HMH Golf and Leisure have been instructed to sell Cold Ashby Golf Club, an attractive 27-hole golf club set in rolling Northamptonshire countryside.

The Property comprises 27 holes of golf set in about 200 acres. The site includes a purpose-built clubhouse which caters for weddings and functions as well as the usual golfers and golfing societies.

The business has a full complement of machinery housed in a secure machinery store.

The sale also includes an extensive 4-bedroom owner’s house with 2 reception rooms and a lounge with fine views across the golf course.

There is also a lapsed consent for 6 lodges on the site. The site is held part freehold with the majority on a long lease. The guide price is £850,000 for the golf course and business.

Tom Marriott, Director at HMH Golf & Leisure, comments: “This is a very attractive golf business. The club has staged several prestigious amateur and professional events including the Northamptonshire County Championship and the Midland PGA Tour Championship. It is well regarded as a wedding/party venue and a buyer has an opportunity improve on this aspect of the business.

“The course is in good condition. The leasehold aspect provides a rare opportunity for an investor to come into the golf business at a low entry level.”

For further information please contact Tom Marriott

HMH Golf and Leisure

Cold Ashby Golf Club


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