Global property advisors, Colliers International has instructed by Joint Administrators, Mark Ranson and Alison Anderson of Armstrong Watson to sell the Kames Country Club located in Lanark, near Glasgow, seeking offers in the region of £600,000 for the property which extends to approximately 192 acres.
The country club which includes two 18-hole golf courses: the main golf course, a widely-known par 69 course, ‘The Mouse Valley Course’; and a secondary course known as ‘The Kames Course’, providing a true Scottish golf challenge. In addition to the golf courses there is also a purpose built clubhouse, green keepers area and dedicated driving range.
The part freehold, part leasehold property is available as a whole or in smaller lots. Whilst it is being marketed as a going concern golf and country club, the property is available to acquire as a whole or in parts for agricultural use, which is what the property was historically used for.
Mark Ranson, Armstrong Watson, appointed of the property and business, commented: “We have been working closely with the active members committee to ensure a continuation of golf pending the sale. With several parties showing early interest we hope to be able to conclude a sale over the next couple of months.”
John Rushby, Director of Parks, Sports and Marinas at Colliers International, who is marketing the property, said: “This is a rare opportunity to acquire two 18 hole golf courses set over a beautiful rural location and close to a popular tourist area.
“The club house boasts strong membership levels but there is still scope to improve the trading level. Given the business and the potential for agricultural land, we are confident that the property will attract considerable interest from a wide range of parties.”
For further information please contact John Rushby, Director, Colliers International on 01113 200 6915 or e-mail email@example.com
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