Living on the edge of a golf course is often coveted real estate, but residents in Edgmont may soon have a chance to live right on the former fairways and greens of the Edgmont Country Club.
Ridgewood Real Estate Partners bought the Edgmont Country Club last spring, and is now working on the early stages of a plan to redevelop the course with 150 to 160 dwellings of a variety of housing types, according to a County Press report by Susan Serbin.
“It’s been a good partnership, and we are working through the zoning changes first,” Planning Commission Chairman Elmer “Chip” Miller said.
The first issue to work out is the mix of zoning designations underlying the Edgmont Country Club’s nearly 200 acres of land.
“We need to tie the zoning to the plan, but we’ve been able to work with the developer on this,” Miller said.
Read more about the early work of transforming the Edgmont Country Club in the County Press here.