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Teign Valley Golf and Hotel: offers in excess of £1.6m

8.36am 22nd September 2008 - Property - This story was updated on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Strutt & Parker’s Leisure and Hotels Department is instructed to sell the freehold of Teign Valley Golf and Hotel, an attractive well established course with newly constructed and “green” hotel accommodation.

The project, highly commended by the Devon Building Control Partnership for its high quality and sustainable construction, includes 16 smart ensuite rooms that benefit from many “eco” features such as highly insulated timber frame construction and rain water harvesting.

Situated in a beautiful rural location on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park, the property is 10 miles south of Exeter, just 3.5 miles off the A38 Exeter/Plymouth Expressway.

The 18 hole course was developed in the 1990’s and the quality of the playing surface in general and the greens in particular has been much improved by extra investment over the last three years. The par 5 8th made it into the Guinness Book of Records as the scene of the world’s longest ever hole in one.

For the buyer there is the opportunity to capitalise on the property’s green credentials and all the investment to date. In addition there are development opportunities on site for more accommodation.

Strutt & Parker’s Chris Gooch, who is handling the sale, said, “We are expecting strong interest due to the excellent condition and location of the property. With the potential to build further accommodation and utilise the hotel’s green credentials Teign Valley represents a wonderful opportunity.”

Offers are invited in excess of £1.6 million.

Teign Valley Golf and Hotel
Strutt & Parker

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