Wildwood's 27-hole golf course has been left to grow over since it closed in 2017

Wildwood put up for sale

The site of what was once Wildwood Golf & Country Club in Surrey, which went out of business in 2017, and whose golf course has long since grown over, has put up for sale by its owner, Peker Holding Limited.

The Turkish-owned property company had drawn up plans to develop the 232-acre site in Alfold that once boasted a 27-hole golf course that first opened in 1992, but have now decided to divest its interest in the site.

Planning permission was given in 2010 for an 84-bed hotel and 39 lodges to be built on the site, and that consent is understood to remain in place.

A pre-application advice has also been submitted to the local planning authority setting out alternative plans for a leisure resort incorporating up to 199 lodges.

Freehold offers are being invited and interested parties should contact Ben Allen at HMH Golf & Leisure by calling 0207 4911555 or 07887 804430.