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California mountain golf resort on sale for $3.8 million

California mountain golf resort on sale for $3.8 million

Ever dream of quitting your job, heading off into the mountains and taking over a pristine golf property?

Find yourself a cool $3.8 million and that dream can be fulfilled in the picturesque Northern California region near Mount Shasta, the second-highest mountain in the Cascades range and the fifth-highest in the state.

Lake Shastina Golf Resort has a Robert Trent Jones par-72 championship track and an additional 9-hole course to boot.

According to the real estate listing, the sale of the property, which sits about an hour north of Redding and four hours from Sacramento, includes 15 condos and a restaurant/bar combo as well as 85 golf carts:

The masterpiece has all the challenging golf and scenic beauty one could imagine, with majestic Mount Shasta in its background, scenic ponds, and home to a plethora of wildlife. The firm and fast greens have long been touted as some of the finest in Northern California while the tee boxes offer some of the finest golf vistas you will find anywhere. The wide but challenging fairways are equally well kept by the seasoned golf course staff.

In addition to the busy golf destination, the membership at Lake Shastina Golf Resort provides access to a vibrant community. With 225 members and six different membership types available. The community is inviting, tight-knit, and highly interactive, making events extra special. Just like any well-run organization, the people here make it what it is today.

In terms of alternative activities, there is snow skiing and snowmobiling at Mt. Shasta in winter months and hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, and boating in summer months. The clean mountain air and natural beauty without the hectic city traffic invites relaxation, peace & inspirational experiences. Whether you are an avid golfer or seeking a profitable venture, this resort is worth a look. Business Opportunities combined with an exciting lifestyle don’t come along often; seize the moment – they don’t repeat.

Here’s a look around the property:


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