If you have $15 million lying around, love the game of golf and Augusta, Baron Club can be yours. It is true that corporate hospitality hourses are nothing new to Augusta. But we’ve never seen anything like Baron Club. Built as a corporate retreat for golf aficionados, the Colonial-style property is located on Azalea Drive, just a short drive away from the Augusta National Golf Club.
The fully furnished 11,565-square-foot “corporate hospitality” property offers all the comforts and amenities of a private residence, complete with six guest cottages.
“It was built by the owner to entertain friends, family, and business colleagues during Masters week,” says listing agent Venus Griffin of Meybohm Real Estate. “Every detail is perfect.”
A grand staircase greets you when stepping into the main house leading into an exquisite living space area where guests can relax and swap stories about their day on the links.
The neutral, soft tones of the decor give the sense of sophistication and relaxation. Throughout the property are elegant coffered ceilings and rich wood floors. Equipped with an industrial kitchen and a 1,121-bottle wine cellar, entertaining a larger group poses no problem.
Other amenities include heated mirrors in the bathroom (which don’t fog), leathered marble countertops, and TVs discreetly hidden behind artwork.
Outside, a multilevel infinity pool and spa make for the perfect spot to unwind. An in-wall fireplace and massive HD television complete the outdoor facilities.
When you are not entertaining your golf guests, the property can be used for corporate meetings and retreats. Baron Club offers an office space and executive conference room.
It appears the owner has thought of everything when designing this property.
The Baron Club is so perfect for corporate events, Griffin says, a number of hotels have shown interest in the property. And we can certainly see why.
Photo courtesy of Meybohm Real Estate
Article appears in the April 2019 issue of Augusta Magazine.
Article appears in the February/March 2019 issue of Augusta Magazine.