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Resort Development Opportunity near London

10.02am 20th July 2012 - Property

The Hertfordshire Hotel Golf & Country Club at Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, with Grade II listed mansion and Nicklaus designed golf course set in 186 acres, has planning permission for redevelopment as a leading UK resort.

The design proposal has been complimented by English Heritage as ‘most innovative.’

Tom Marriott of HMH Golf & Leisure says: “This is one of the few remaining resort development opportunities around London.”

Full details can be obtained from the website at www.hmhgolfandleisure.com

A brief summary:

  • Attractive location – about 5 miles from the M25, northern sector
  • Central London about 14 miles
  • Quality 18 hole Jack Nicklaus II designed golf course constructed in 1992 – 1993, 6,276 yards from the back tees, Par 70
  • 3,600 sq m Grade II listed mansion
  • Golf facilities include; bar, restaurant, conference rooms, male & female changing rooms, pro shop
  • Golf academy; including 30 covered bays
  • Health club; gymnasium, swimming pool, spa area, treatment rooms and dance studio
  • Fishing lakes
  • Fitness suite
  • Tennis
  • Offices in the mansion providing a valuable rental income

Planning for:

  • 95 bedrooms; 72 new built and 23 suites in the mansion
  • New health club and conference reception
  • New conference complex incorporating; 6 meeting rooms
  • Sustainable design by award winning architects Purcell Miller & Triton – lead architect of The Grove Hotel in Watford

For further details of the business, the opportunity and the present owners preferred method of sale please contact HMH Golf & Leisure via www.hmhgolfandleisure.com

The Hertfordshire Hotel Golf & Country Club www.thehertfordshiregolf.co.uk

       

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