Bottineau, North Dakota (Bottineau)
Here is the old Birchwood Golf course located up at Lake Metigoshe in the Turtle Mountains. This property consists of 63 acres of meadows, rolling green hills and many mature large trees. This property has a small lake located on it that is spring fed. This lake is about 15 acres in size and currently is not deep enough for fish to survive. There are 100’s of ducks and geese that use this area for nesting ground and there are numerous whitetail deer that call this property home.
The current owner has moved into creating one of the most beautiful home developments in the Metigoshe area but now wants to retire. There are currently 6 platted lots and 14 purposed new lots to be added at a later date. A total of 20 lots, of which lot #4 and #17 are spoken for and the remaining are available. If someone had some vision there could be an additional 20 – 30 more residential lots. All of these lots would have excellent views of the entire property. This property borders the Birchwood Steak house and is only minutes away from the public boats launches on Lake Metigoshe.
There is also a great opportunity for someone to add an amazing RV park. The south and east part of the 63 acres is not wide enough to allow house building sites but is easily wide enough to make a beautiful RV park. You could easily get 20 – 30 RV sites in this area.
The investment opportunity and potential return on your investment could be very high. One could possibly have 30 – 40 house sites and 20 – 30 RV sites. If one does the math, its easy to see the great potential this property has to offer.
If someone wanted you could just keep the 6 platted lots that are currently for sale and bring the Birchwood golf course back into operation. One can still see all 9 fairways and greens. There is still all the under ground sprinkler system in place. Its your choice, either pursue and enlarge the home subdivision or bring back the golf course.
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