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Bridgend & District Golf Club for sale
February 15, 2011

You don't have to be a billionaire like Donald Trump to own your own golf course. And there are no endless planning enquiries and millions of pounds of investment required to buy the Bridgend & District Golf Club, by Linlithgow, which is on the market through DMH Baird Lumsden at offers over £295,000.

The nine-hole golf club, which was founded in 1994 with a par of 34 is set in around 39 acres and also comprises a purpose-built clubhouse of just under 5,100 square feet with a large reception area and adjoining offices, bar lounge with restaurant, dancing area and all the other amenities you might expect in a modern golf club.

In addition, the clubhouse has an extensive attic area of just over 2,500 square feet within the roof structure which has been designed to allow easy conversion to additional accommodation subject to required consents.

Linlithgow, with its impressive royal palace and an extensive range of social, shopping, sporting and transport facilities, is only three miles west of Bridgend, a residential village with its own primary school and local shop.

The golf club is situated on the west side of the village and has fine views over the adjoining countryside and across the Forth . The surrounding land is mainly agricultural and to the south stands the impressive landmark, Cockleroy Hill.

Duncan Fergusson of DMH Baird Lumsden, who is marketing the club on behalf of its 130 members, said: "The course and the clubhouse offer an exciting opportunity for a golf course operator or a private individual who is fanatical about the game, to buy and operate it on a commercial basis. In addition the extensive attic space could be converted subject to the required consents to form first class residential accommodation."

Bridgend & District Golf Club, Bridgend near Linlithgow, is offered for sale by DMH Baird Lumsden, 15 Alva Street, Edinburgh EH2 4PH. Tel: 0131 477 6001. Fax: 0131 477 6016. Web: www.dmhbl.co.uk .








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