A local family has scored a hole-in-one as the Noosa Par 3 Golf Course sold for $4,700,000.
A local family has scored a hole-in-one as the Noosa Par 3 Golf Course sold for $4,700,000.

PAR-FECT DEAL: Golf course snapped up for $4.7m

A FAMILY has scored a hole-in-one after a popular Sunshine Coast golf course sold for a whopping $4.7 million.

The Noosa Par 3 Golf Course includes 30ha of land area across four separate titles and was also sold with the profitable golf business.

Ray White Commercial Noosa and Sunshine Coast North property consultant Louisa Blennerhassett said the golf course was marketed to attract overseas and interstate buyers, as well as to appeal to the local Noosa market.

A local family has scored a hole-in-one as the Noosa Par 3 Golf Course sold for $4,700,000.
A local family has scored a hole-in-one as the Noosa Par 3 Golf Course sold for $4,700,000.

"We conducted a large number of inspections of the property with a wide spectrum of buyers, from private developers and larger tourism operators through to private occupiers, golfing enthusiasts and families," she said.

"The expressions of interest campaign was very successful, attracting seven written offers by the close date. One of these offers eventuated in the purchase of the property."

Director Paul Butler said the buyer was a family based in both Melbourne and Noosa, who could see strong value in growing the existing golf course business as well as the long-term land value.

"We were very happy to facilitate the transaction and we're pleased to know the business operations at the Noosa Par 3 will continue into the future under new ownership," he said.


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