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Guide price of £2.5 million for Kent golf course

9.00am 15th April 2002 - Property

A mature 18-hole golf course situated within the scenic Darenth Valley in Kent has been placed on the market through Strutt & Parker at a guide price of £2.5 million.

The property is located only four miles from Junction 5 of the M25 and approximately four miles north of Sevenoaks. The area is highly populated and 256,484 people live within a 20 minute drive

Darenth Valley golf course was constructed in 1973 as a pay-and-play facility and extends to 6,258 yards par 72, laid on gently undulating chalk-based parkland. The greens, tees and fairways are of a good size and are served by a fully automated irrigation system. The clubhouse is fitted out to a high standard and offers spacious accommodation. The Darenth Valley is officially designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The business has an income is in excess of £1 million per year and there is a loyalty scheme with some 700 members. The golf course is the headquarters for The Bromley Ladies and Shoreham (Kent) Golf Clubs.

Alex Crocker of Strutt & Parkers Leisure and Hotels Department commentated, “Darenth Valley is a well established and profitable pay and play golf course and there is further scope to achieve greater profitability”.

Strutt & Parker incorporating William Hillary Leisure and Hotels

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