St. Andrews, Scotland
The golf world’s most coveted address is one you can now call home. In 1895, the world was treated to the Grand Hotel, a lavish sanctuary built by Thomas Hamilton set by the 18th hole of the Old Course. Today, this iconic building, one of the most famous landmarks in St. Andrews—that Savills calls the most valuable 300 meters in all of Scotland—is being restored to its traditional grandeur by Kohler Company and offered as Hamilton Grand private residences.
Twenty-six owners will have the rare opportunity to own overlooking the Old Course in the birthplace of golf, with world-class, turn-key service and amenities. Of the 26 distinctive apartments available, there are 22 with two bedrooms, one with three bedrooms, and three with four bedrooms. A rental program will be available. Kohler is partnering with buyers to provide the finishing touches and decorating of the residences. There also will be a private lounge for residents, a stylish bar, and restaurant.
In addition to having a front-row seat for the 150th Open Championship in 2021, residents can experience the very best of Scottish hospitality, including a golf concierge and complimentary butler service. Plus access to the amenities at the award-winning Old Course Hotel Golf Resort and Spa, including the Duke’s Course, Kohler Waters Spa, and four diverse dining experiences.
The view from the sensational rooftop terrace of Hamilton Grand, overlooking the Old Course’s 18th hole and the 1st tee, the Royal and Ancient Clubhouse, and down West Sands beach out to the North Sea.