A 36-hole golf course set in the South Oxfordshire countryside has been placed on the market for the first time in 40 years for £4.5m.

Greys Green Golf Course is close to Henley-on-Thames, which is famous for its Royal Regatta, and as a whole extends to 279.17 acres with an 18-hole course, two 9-hole courses, a driving range and a clubhouse with a car park.

The golf course, known as the Dog Golf Course as it all started in the dog field on Greys Green Farm, is up for sale as a whole or in two parts.

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However, the owner has said no “subject to planning” offers, option agreements or land promotion agreements will be considered.

The first substantial portion of land is around 258.93 acres and comprises a 9 and 18-hole course, together with blocks of woodland and the site for a “small but yet undeveloped” 4-hole course.

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Additionally, it houses a driving range, clubhouse, and parking facilities, making it a comprehensive golfing venue

There is also a 20.26-acre lot which is a partially landscaped 5-hole course with road frontage and a block of woodland providing roadside screening.

Subject to planning permission, it could be used as a potential site for the location of a more formal entrance and a site for a clubhouse and associated facilities.

The sale of Greys Green Golf Course is managed by Simmons & Sons Surveyors LLP, who give specialised advice on residential sales and lettings, commercial property, development, new Homes and rural and agricultural property within Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire.