16451 Golf Road

Cobb, CA 95426

About this property

Here's your chance to own a golf course in the beautiful Cobb area. This property includes a bar, restaurant, event center, pro-shop, 18 hole disc-golf course, and a house on 34 acres. This unique property features a 9-hole golf course with a tranquil creek running alongside property, creating a serene ambiance among the trees and picturesque mountain views. Included in this incredible opportunity is a sprawling 5,000+ SQFT restaurant and bar, complete with a large commercial kitchen fully equipped with everything you need, including a valuable liquor license. Multiple dining areas, including a scenic outdoor patio overlooking the flowing creek, provide guests with an exceptional experience. An expansive 2,000 SQFT patio offers breathtaking views of the golf course, ideal for outdoor gatherings and events. Additionally, there is a approximately 1,500 SQFT event center, perfect for weddings, celebrations and other events. The sale includes all restaurant equipment, furniture, inventory, and 10 golf carts housed in a dedicated shed. The house has some separation from the other buildings creating privacy. There is also a very large storage building (most of the equipment is included). This property attracts visitors from surrounding areas for tournaments and annual events. The availability of unlimited water at a low cost rate further enhances the value and appeal of this investment. The seller welcomes 501 c organizations and would be open to a substantial price reduction. Seller is also offering seller financing with great terms.

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$1,200,000 Active
8,500 SQFT

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Country Air Properties 707-263-2620

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