Offers for the Portsmouth, R.I., property are due by January 15. The club’s features include an 18-hole, Donald Steel golf course with full practice facility, a 70,000-sq. ft., shingle-style clubhouse with 22 residential units, a Golf Lodge, tennis pavilion, fitness center, and more.
The Carnegie Abbey Club in Portsmouth, R.I., is seeking a buyer, and is accepting offers for the purchase with a deadline of 5 PM on January 15.
The property features an 18-hole Donald Steel links golf course with a full practice facility, and a 70,000-sq. ft., shingle-style clubhouse, which includes luxury locker rooms, and 22 residential units throughout the second and third stories, all of which have been sold.
The purchase also includes The Golf Lodge, the club’s original clubhouse that was converted into five residential units; the tennis pavilion, which includes two Har-Tru tennis courts; a resort-style swimming pool; an equestrian center with 19 boarding stables, an indoor riding facility, and the opportunity to develop 38 additional stables; a fitness center; seaside restaurant that features indoor/outdoor seating; and a European spa and concierge services.
The Flynn Company and Golf Property Analysts are brokering the sale and can be contacted at [email protected].