British resort property sold


Hunley Hall Hotel and Golf Club, in Brotton, North Yorkshire, England, has been sold out of foreclosure for €2.25 million.

Savills handed the sale on behalf of Grant Thornton LLP. The identity of the buyer was not disclosed.

Featuring picturesque views of the North Yorkshire cost, the facility had gone into foreclosure in early 2008.

Originally an 18-hole layout designed by John Morgan in 1993, the club's golf course now features 29 holes offering four different 18-hole playing combinations. The golf club also has a practice area, putting green and 12-bay floodlit driving range.

The hotel, which opened in 2006, has 28 suites, two bars, and a restaurant that can accommodate up to 120 diners. Representatives of the seller said new ownership is expected invest in further development of the property. 


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