Auction held for leftover items at Woodbridge Country ClubPosted: Updated:
Keystone Associates held an auction Monday for all of the remaining furniture in Woodbridge Country Club, which officially closed last summer.
More than 1,000 items were auctioned at the country club.
The town says some of the items have not been touched since the club closed last summer.
The town bought the 150-acre property when the owners went bankrupt in 2009. The golf course closed in 2016. The clubhouse and pool closed in 2018.
David White's father was one of the founders of the club in the 1940s. He says he grew up going to the Woodbridge Country Club every day to play golf and tennis.
Buyers have five days to get their purchases out of the club.
The town says they plan to sell a third of the land to a developer who is interested in building senior housing. The rest of the property will be for the public to enjoy, town officials say.
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