Calderwood Valley Golf Course for sale

| January 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

The picturesque Calderwood Valley Golf Course, near Wollongong, NSW, has been put up for sale.

Nestled at the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, Calderwood is known for its beautiful scenery, challenging layout, and its connection to nature. The par-70, 18-hole public golf course was designed by Ken Mackay from McKay and Sons Golf Course Architects, and features clear creeks, contoured fairways and true greens.

On offer is a parcel of 51 hectares of land, comprising of the golf course (approximately 31.5ha) and business, associated equipment facilities and two houses. Approximately 12 acres is suitable for holiday condominiums and a resort (STCA).

In addition, 4800 homes have been approved for construction nearby, via the Calderwood Urban Development Project. The project is reported to accommodate approximately 12,400 people and will deliver an estimated $2.9 billion in development expenditure and create approximately 8,000 full time equivalent jobs.

Founded in 1995, Calderwood now reports an average of 800 golfers playing every week, with regular social clubs booked in advance into the year 2014.

Estimated price for the property has not been disclosed, but expressions of interest can be directed to Andrew Hedley on 0410 551 554 or visit www.calderwoodgolfcoursesale.com

 

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