Longridge Partners announces Escarpment House, the ultimate Stay-and-Play opportunity for The Pulpit Club

CALEDON, ON/Oct. 4, 2021 —The Pulpit Club, Canada’s leading year-round private member facility, introduces Longridge Partners’ Escarpment House, a 14,000-sq-ft countryside estate located between the club’s two Top 25 golf courses as luxury opportunity for stay-and-play guests.

“Escarpment House is another truly unique offering for members and guests of The Pulpit Club,” says Mackenzie Crawford, President of Longridge Partners, the ownership group of The Pulpit Club. “Longridge is invested in nature, with an established portfolio of prestigious properties.

The synergies between The Pulpit Club — focusing on time well spent together in the outdoors — and the luxurious Escarpment House presents an incredible stay-and-play opportunity for guests who want to experience our two Top 25 golf courses and all the club has to offer.”

Escarpment House accommodates up to 12 guests in four separate suites. While staying, guests will enjoy full membership privileges, with complete access to all amenities of The Pulpit Club, including The Pulpit and The Paintbrush, its two courses that are both ranked in the Top 25 in Canada.

The house, which resides on 150 acres of spectacular landscape with Toronto in the distant skyline, has three separate living areas, a remarkable kitchen for in-house or catered dining, 14 bathrooms, a media room, and workout space. Behind the house is an incredible sitting area with a pool and hot tub featuring majestic vistas. Additional photos and features of the property’s amenities can be found at escarpmenthouse.com.

October, 4th, 2021 – A golfer tees off of the 10th Hole (“Escarpment”) on the Devil’s Pulpit. (Photo Credit: Until The Next Tee)

Reservations at Escarpment House are exclusively available to members and invited guests of The Pulpit Club. Inquiries for bookings by members for themselves and guests are made directly to The Pulpit Club, and the club will also extend limited opportunities for non-members to use Escarpment House and have the privilege of membership during their stay.

“For PGA professionals bringing members or corporate guests staying at the Escarpment House in the summer and playing the Old World golf at The Paintbrush, or testing themselves against the modern grandeur of The Pulpit, this is an unrivalled Stay-and-Play experience,” says PGA Ontario’s 2020 Executive of the Year and The Pulpit Club’s General Manager, Rob Roxborough.

“There’s truly nothing else like the combination of the Escarpment House and The Pulpit Club in Canada.”

The Pulpit Club offers year-round opportunities for members and guests, from golf with its two award-winning courses through to hiking, biking, swimming, and fishing in the summer, and skating, snowshoeing, and other outdoor activities in the winter.

For more information or to inquire about Escarpment House contact:

April Baird, Member Engagement & Special Events, 519-927-3001 ext. 234, abaird@thepulpitclub.com

 

About The Pulpit Club:

With two Top 25 golf courses in Canada, and numerous outdoor activities for members through the year, Caledon, ON’s The Pulpit Club offers a distinct private club experience. In 2020, the club was purchased by a member-based group of investors managed by Longridge Partners, and was rebranded The Pulpit Club in 2021.

About Longridge Partners Inc.:

Helping connect with the very best of nature through its portfolio of recreational and residential properties designed for outdoor enthusiasts, Longridge Partners is a real estate investment management company pursuing long-term value creation for institutional and high–net worth investors.