The shuttered 167-acre Oklahoma City property, which includes a 23,558-sq. ft. clubhouse, will go up for auction on November 1, offered as three separate parcels or as a whole. Contents and other sale items will include tractors and turf care equipment, commercial kitchen equipment and appliances, and furniture.
Westbury Country Club in Oklahoma City has closed, and Louis Dakil Auctioneers plans to sell the 167-acre property, including the 23,558-sq. ft. clubhouse, on November 1, the Oklahoma City-based Oklahoman reported.
The property will be offered separately in three parcels: the clubhouse, restaurant and fitness center and acreage; then the front nine holes encompassing 86 acres; then the back nine on 77 acres; then offered as a whole. Real estate will be shown by appointment, the Oklahoman reported.
Potential buyers could be another golf and country club operator, Dakil said, but that the 160-plus acres also could be attractive to a housing developer, the Oklahoman reported.
The golf club opened in 1976. The country club came in 1985 and opened with fanfare—tuxedoed attendants providing valet parking and five buffets—with some 500 members and guests over two nights of parties. Upon leaving, members enjoyed cherries jubilee while waiting for their cars, the Oklahoman reported.
Owner Benjamin Young Han could not be reached by the Oklahoman on Wednesday.
The 6,900-yard, par-72 championship golf course was designed by Don January and Billy Martindale, the Oklahoman reported.
Contents and other sale items will include tractors and turf care equipment, commercial kitchen equipment and appliances, and furniture. Inspection will be from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. October 31, the Oklahoman reported.
The auction will be at Louis Dakil Auctioneers as well as online, the Oklahoman reported.
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