Guide Price £395,000

Bleak Hills Lane Fishery, Mansfield, Notts

  • Area

    area
    9Acres

General information

Introduction
Bleak Hills Lane Fishery is an established coarse fishery with two bedroom mobile home accommodation (temporary dwelling) and four attractive pools, set within 9 acres (3.6 ha).

Location
The site is situated next to the Oakham Nature Reserve, approximately 1 mile south of Mansfield, close the A60 and A38 and approximately 5.5 miles from junction 28 of the M1.

The Fishery
The fishery comprises four spring-fed pools situated adjacent to the Cauldwell Brook, with a total water area of 3.87 acres (1.56 ha).

Railway Pond - extending to 1.03 acres, 12 pegs, with average depths of up to 4.5ft. Stocked with perch, roach, bream, tench, hybrids, pike and carp up to 15lbs.

Polo Pond - extending to 0.9 acres, 15 pegs, with average depths of 5ft. Stocked with carp up to 17lbs, perch, roach, bream, tench, barbel, hybrids and crucian carp.

Barbel Pond - extending to 1.08 acres, 19 pegs, with average depths of 5ft. Stocked with carp up to 17lbs, perch, roach, bream, tench, barbel, hybrids and crucian carp.

Pond no. 4 - extending to 0.86 acres, 15 pegs, with depths between 4-7ft. Stocked with carp up to 18lbs, perch, roach  bream, tench, barbel, chub, hybrids and gudgeon. Pond 4 was originally a stock pond and has two areas of water separated by a central bar.

The fishery has benefitted from a regular stocking programme, the most recent stockings in 2018 and 2020.

The Lodge
A two bedroom mobile home extending to 6 x 12m (20 x 40ft) comprising the following accommodation:
Open plan kitchen/diner
Bedroom 1 - en suite
Bedroom 2
Bathroom
Lean-to (boot room)

Buildings
A storage container located next to the mobile home.
Angler's toilet and store.
Storage building

Planning
Ref no. - 2018/0539/FUL - Granted 5th October 2018
Erection of a Residential Unit in Association with Commercial Fishery. The permission for the mobile home is for a temporary dwelling, which expires on 31st December 2021.

The Business
The fishery has previously been run on a combination of a day ticket and membership basis. The current owners have run the business on a membership basis over the last 12 months. There are currently a total of 190 members (annually) generating approximately £18,000. Renewals are undertaken throughout the year. Apportioned income to be transferred pro rata, upon completion.

Services
The site has mains electricity and water. Drainage to a waste treatment system.

Outgoings
Owners' Residence Council Tax Band A - Rates Payable 2021/2022 - £1,401

Business Rates - £Nil

Website & Social Media
Facebook: Bleak Hills Lane Fishery, Mansfield

Overage Agreement
The property is sold subject to an overage agreement in favour of the previous owner. The overage is based on 25% of the uplift in value attributed to the grant of planning permission. The original term was 25 years, commencing 2018.

Property summary

Introduction
Bleak Hills Lane Fishery is an established coarse fishery with two bedroom mobile home accommodation (temporary dwelling) and four attractive pools, set within 9 acres (3.6 ha).

Location
The site is situated next to the Oakham Nature Reserve, approximately 1 mile south of Mansfield, close the A60 and A38 and approximately 5.5 miles from junction 28 of the M1.

The Fishery
The fishery comprises four spring-fed pools situated adjacent to the Cauldwell Brook, with a total water area of 3.87 acres (1.56 ha).

Railway Pond - extending to 1.03 acres, 12 pegs, with average depths of up to 4.5ft. Stocked with perch, roach, bream, tench, hybrids, pike and carp up to 15lbs.

Polo Pond - extending to 0.9 acres, 15 pegs, with average depths of 5ft. Stocked with carp up to 17lbs, perch, roach, bream, tench, barbel, hybrids and crucian carp.

Barbel Pond - extending to 1.08 acres, 19 pegs, with average depths of 5ft. Stocked with carp up to 17lbs, perch, roach, bream, tench, barbel, hybrids and crucian carp.

Pond no. 4 - extending to 0.86 acres, 15 pegs, with depths between 4-7ft. Stocked with carp up to 18lbs, perch, roach  bream, tench, barbel, chub, hybrids and gudgeon. Pond 4 was originally a stock pond and has two areas of water separated by a central bar.

The fishery has benefitted from a regular stocking programme, the most recent stockings in 2018 and 2020.

The Lodge
A two bedroom mobile home extending to 6 x 12m (20 x 40ft) comprising the following accommodation:
Open plan kitchen/diner
Bedroom 1 - en suite
Bedroom 2
Bathroom
Lean-to (boot room)

Buildings
A storage container located next to the mobile home.
Angler's toilet and store.
Storage building

Planning
Ref no. - 2018/0539/FUL - Granted 5th October 2018
Erection of a Residential Unit in Association with Commercial Fishery. The permission for the mobile home is for a temporary dwelling, which expires on 31st December 2021.

The Business
The fishery has previously been run on a combination of a day ticket and membership basis. The current owners have run the business on a membership basis over the last 12 months. There are currently a total of 190 members (annually) generating approximately £18,000. Renewals are undertaken throughout the year. Apportioned income to be transferred pro rata, upon completion.

Services
The site has mains electricity and water. Drainage to a waste treatment system.

Outgoings
Owners' Residence Council Tax Band A - Rates Payable 2021/2022 - £1,401

Business Rates - £Nil

Website & Social Media
Facebook: Bleak Hills Lane Fishery, Mansfield

Overage Agreement
The property is sold subject to an overage agreement in favour of the previous owner. The overage is based on 25% of the uplift in value attributed to the grant of planning permission. The original term was 25 years, commencing 2018.

Features

  • Attractive coarse fishery with accommodation
  • Planning permission for a temporary dwelling - two bedroom mobile home
  • Four coarse fishing pools extending to a total of 3.87 acres
  • Site extending to 9 acres (3.6ha)

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