About The Club at Old Hawthorne
The Community of Old Hawthorne is a private residential community nestled in the rolling hills just a few minutes east of downtown Columbia, Missouri on Highway WW. Since opening in 2007, we've been warmly received as the place for a great round of golf and the hottest new community in Mid-Missouri!
The Club at Old Hawthorne sits on 631 acres of what was once a horse farm, hence the horse featured in our logo. So, where stallions once romped and roamed the rolling hills, today golfers stride manicured fairways and families select wooded lots to put down their own roots. The original portion of the clubhouse was built in 1938 as an exact replica of President Andrew Jackson's home, "The Hermitage." We remodeled the interior, increasing its space from 6,000 to 30,000 square feet, with many of the original hardwood floors buffed to a new gleam.
We converted sitting rooms to offices, but for the most part kept the rooms intact while maintaining their homey feel. The first two rooms you see as you enter - originally a dining room and living room - were brought up to modern code but were outfitted to reflect their Colonial roots. A great place for you to call home.
Old Hawthorne caters to a variety of lifestyles, offering single-family lots, estate lots, various styles of condominiums, residential/commercial areas and features an Arthur Schaupeter-designed 18-hole championship golf course with a full range of amenities. Our location provides quick access to downtown, Highway 63 and Interstate 70, making it easy to play a fun round of golf before heading to work.
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