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Cape Cornwall Golf and Leisure Resort – Offers Invited

1.52am 28th January 2011 - Property - This story was updated on Sunday, January 30th, 2011

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Strutt & Parker’s Leisure and Hotels Department is instructed to sell Cape Cornwall Golf and Leisure Resort.

Situated in a spectacular position on the cliff tops overlooking the Brisons on the Heritage Coast west of St Just, Cape Cornwall is exceptionally well-placed to capitalise on the area’s popularity as a leading tourist destination.

With 8 popular hotel bedrooms, a burgeoning function trade and a charming clubhouse which has been stylishly updated by the current owner the sale of Cape Cornwall presents a unique and exciting opportunity to acquire a true destination business.

Add to this valuable planning consent to redevelop a disused 19th Century water tower into an exceptional private house and Cape Cornwall has all the ingredients to make this a truly exceptional opportunity for anyone looking for a lifestyle change.

Furthermore subject to obtaining the necessary consents there is real potential to develop additional accommodation.

Chris Gooch handling the sale said: “It is rare for a property in such an inspiring location to come to the market and we are expecting strong interest. With the opportunity to develop a unique and wonderful home with all the benefits of the business and we are expecting strong interest from those looking for a change of lifestyle plus those looking for an exciting new business proposition.” Tel: 01722 344055

Offers are invited.

Cape Cornwall Golf and Leisure Resort

Strutt & Parker’s Leisure and Hotels Department

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