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Surrey golf club for sale at £1.65m

10.19am 10th April 2008 - Property

Surrey Golf Company Ltd has instructed HLL Humberts Leisure, the property specialists to the golf and golf hotel industries, to market Hersham Village Golf Club, Surrey. Offers in the region of £1.65 million are invited for the freehold property.

Hersham Village Golf Club is located within the prime south west quadrant of the M25 Motorway, between Walton-on-Thames and Esher, with good access to the M3 Motorway & A3(T). The property comprises an 18 hole 5,305 yard (par 67) golf course laid out over a mature landscape; a 22 bay floodlit golf driving range; golf practice facilities; and a purpose built greenkeepers complex; together with a well appointed, two storey clubhouse.

Hersham Village Golf Club has been owned by the vendor since May 2000 and has been operated under management since acquisition. The Club has a proven trading history, yet offers good potential for commercialisation and growth with established membership base and green fee / society trade. The provision of pay and play golf is required under the terms of a S.106 Agreement.

The sale is being handled by Ben Allen and Paul Barnes at HLL Humberts Leisure. Ben Allen said, “Hersham Village Golf Club is a very well located golf business that will be of interest to lifestyle purchasers and existing golf operators. Very few golf businesses in the south west quadrant of the M25 Motorway come to the market, thus we expect strong interest in the opportunity and anticipate that the sale will be concluded before the peak summer trading period.”

For further information on Hersham Village Golf Club, or for a confidential discussion on your golf requirements, please contact Paul Barnes on 020 7629 6700 or Ben Allen on 01962 835 960

HLL Humberts Leisure www.humberts-leisure.com
Hersham Village Golf Club www.hvgc.co.uk

       

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