Golf resort development data
Golf course laid out on property
3 Phase electric run thruout complex. Completely operational. Infrastructure
valued at ~$2M.
In the 1960’s the Fox family who had owned the land since
1796 decided to sell the estate. A group of local businessmen purchased
it with the intentions of making it into a very special golf course
destination retreat. The Foxburg Country Club was by then being
They developed a 36 hole course over the next several years and
installed three-phase electric power underground to facilitate the
development plans. The electric is still in place and functional.
Eventually the development was not completed, probably because
they were undercapitalized and the estate was sold to a local lumber
company who held it for many years. Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Steffee
purchased the estate in the late 1980’s and began their 30
year restoration projects.
The estate certainly still has major golf course development potential
especially with the expensive three-phase electric in place underground
which is estimated to cost over a million dollars today.
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