Guide Price £1,250,000

Newbridge Lakes, Burstwick, East Yorkshire, HU12

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  • Area

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    52Acres

General information

Newbridge Lakes offers an impressive lifestyle property with a coarse fishing business and modern, lakeside eco-house set within 52.8 acres (21.3 hectares). The property comprises 3 coarse fishing lakes, woodland, stock ponds, outbuildings and owner's dwelling. The property also has planning permission for a 20 pitch touring caravan site. The current owners purchased the property in 1998 and are now seeking to retire.

Location
The property is located south of the village of Burstwick approximately 10 miles east of the City of Hull and 17 miles from the popular market town of Beverley. The property has good access to the A63 and the M62/M180 motorways.

Newbridge Lodge
Constructed in 2009/2010, the current owners built an eco-dwelling overlooking Newbridge Lakes, featured on the BBC's 'To Build or Not to Build'. Built to a high specification on a steel frame, block and timber construction and clad in Siberian Larch. As a result of a highly-insulated timber frame and MVHR heat exchange system, Newbridge Lodge requires around 1/3 of the energy used to heat a similar sized house of standard construction.

Newbridge Lodge comprises of the following accommodation:

Ground Floor
Utility room
Bathroom
Open plan kitchen/breakfast room
Large sitting room
Office
Cinema room

First Floor
Master bedroom with en-suite shower room and balcony
Bedroom 2 - double with en-suite dressing room (potential shower room)
Bedroom 3 - double
Bedroom 4 - double
Family bathroom

The BBC's 'To Build or Not to Build' episode documenting the construction of Newbridge Lodge is available on You Tube - https://youtu.be/pc9qAYlNTXM

Newbridge Lakes
One of the premier fisheries in the north of England, Newbridge Lake is a former gravel pit which dates back to the early 1800's. Extending to 7.1 acres (2.8 ha) with depths up to 20ft, a very attractive and mature lake surrounded by a woodland belt, with a large coverage of lilies. The main lake has a total of 28 swims, 15 for day use and 13 night/double swims. The main lake and match pools have an otter fence around the perimeter.

Fish Stocks
Newbridge Lake has a large head of specimen carp, with a total estimate of around 1000. 95% of these are at least double figures, over 200 are over 20lb with at least 25 different 30lb+ carp, caught to in excess of 38lbs.

Hariff Lake - extending to 0.66 acres with an average depth of 6ft and 25 pegs, a match style pool with two central islands. Stocked with common, mirror and F1 carp, green and golden tench, bream, roach, rudd and perch.

Skeckling Lake - extending to 0.86 acres with average depths of 6ft and 25 pegs, a less heavily stocked pool with a number of specimen size carp up to 28lbs, tench to 6lbs, roach to 3lbs, perch to 5lbs. bream to 6lbs, chub to 5lbs, Ide to 4lbs roach, rudd, crucians and gudgeon.

Lagoons
To the south east of the main fishery lies 28 acres of land comprising 8 Independently drainable ponds. Previously used for fish farming, the ponds could be continued to be used to rear stock or utilised for coarse fishing.

Woodland
A belt of established woodland consisting of mixed broad-leafed species surrounding the main lake and dwelling.

Buildings
A former shop building extending to approx. 12.2 x 2.5m
A steel storage container
Static caravan used for storage.

Planning
Ref - 01/03960/PLF - Construction of two match fishing ponds and the use of land as camping site for 20 touring caravans.
Ref - 04/09270/PLF Erection of one log cabin for holiday use in connection with existing angling lakes (Revised scheme following 03/08731/PLF).

Pre-application advice has been submitted to East Riding of Yorkshire Council to explore further expansion of holiday accommodation. A copy will be made available to interested parties, once received.

The Business
Newbridge Lakes is currently operated on day ticket basis, with pre-bookings required by visiting anglers. The turnover for the fishery for the year ending 31st March 2021 was approx. £51,000. This is based on 8 months trading only, the current owners choose to close in the winter months. Full accounts available to interested parties, after viewing.

Prices
Available on the Newbridge Lakes website.

Machinery
The sale includes a tractor, mowers and various attachments. A full list of machinery and equipment available upon request.

Outgoings
Rates Payable 2021/2022 - £0
Council Tax - Band D - 2021/2022 - £1,926.07

Energy Performance
EPC - B

Services
Mains electricity and water supply. Drainage to sewage treatment plant.

Website
newbridgelake.co.uk
Facebook: Newbridge Lakes

Property summary

Newbridge Lakes offers an impressive lifestyle property with a coarse fishing business and modern, lakeside eco-house set within 52.8 acres (21.3 hectares). The property comprises 3 coarse fishing lakes, woodland, stock ponds, outbuildings and owner's dwelling. The property also has planning permission for a 20 pitch touring caravan site. The current owners purchased the property in 1998 and are now seeking to retire.

Location
The property is located south of the village of Burstwick approximately 10 miles east of the City of Hull and 17 miles from the popular market town of Beverley. The property has good access to the A63 and the M62/M180 motorways.

Newbridge Lodge
Constructed in 2009/2010, the current owners built an eco-dwelling overlooking Newbridge Lakes, featured on the BBC's 'To Build or Not to Build'. Built to a high specification on a steel frame, block and timber construction and clad in Siberian Larch. As a result of a highly-insulated timber frame and MVHR heat exchange system, Newbridge Lodge requires around 1/3 of the energy used to heat a similar sized house of standard construction.

Newbridge Lodge comprises of the following accommodation:

Ground Floor
Utility room
Bathroom
Open plan kitchen/breakfast room
Large sitting room
Office
Cinema room

First Floor
Master bedroom with en-suite shower room and balcony
Bedroom 2 - double with en-suite dressing room (potential shower room)
Bedroom 3 - double
Bedroom 4 - double
Family bathroom

The BBC's 'To Build or Not to Build' episode documenting the construction of Newbridge Lodge is available on You Tube - https://youtu.be/pc9qAYlNTXM

Newbridge Lakes
One of the premier fisheries in the north of England, Newbridge Lake is a former gravel pit which dates back to the early 1800's. Extending to 7.1 acres (2.8 ha) with depths up to 20ft, a very attractive and mature lake surrounded by a woodland belt, with a large coverage of lilies. The main lake has a total of 28 swims, 15 for day use and 13 night/double swims. The main lake and match pools have an otter fence around the perimeter.

Fish Stocks
Newbridge Lake has a large head of specimen carp, with a total estimate of around 1000. 95% of these are at least double figures, over 200 are over 20lb with at least 25 different 30lb+ carp, caught to in excess of 38lbs.

Hariff Lake - extending to 0.66 acres with an average depth of 6ft and 25 pegs, a match style pool with two central islands. Stocked with common, mirror and F1 carp, green and golden tench, bream, roach, rudd and perch.

Skeckling Lake - extending to 0.86 acres with average depths of 6ft and 25 pegs, a less heavily stocked pool with a number of specimen size carp up to 28lbs, tench to 6lbs, roach to 3lbs, perch to 5lbs. bream to 6lbs, chub to 5lbs, Ide to 4lbs roach, rudd, crucians and gudgeon.

Lagoons
To the south east of the main fishery lies 28 acres of land comprising 8 Independently drainable ponds. Previously used for fish farming, the ponds could be continued to be used to rear stock or utilised for coarse fishing.

Woodland
A belt of established woodland consisting of mixed broad-leafed species surrounding the main lake and dwelling.

Buildings
A former shop building extending to approx. 12.2 x 2.5m
A steel storage container
Static caravan used for storage.

Planning
Ref - 01/03960/PLF - Construction of two match fishing ponds and the use of land as camping site for 20 touring caravans.
Ref - 04/09270/PLF Erection of one log cabin for holiday use in connection with existing angling lakes (Revised scheme following 03/08731/PLF).

Pre-application advice has been submitted to East Riding of Yorkshire Council to explore further expansion of holiday accommodation. A copy will be made available to interested parties, once received.

The Business
Newbridge Lakes is currently operated on day ticket basis, with pre-bookings required by visiting anglers. The turnover for the fishery for the year ending 31st March 2021 was approx. £51,000. This is based on 8 months trading only, the current owners choose to close in the winter months. Full accounts available to interested parties, after viewing.

Prices
Available on the Newbridge Lakes website.

Machinery
The sale includes a tractor, mowers and various attachments. A full list of machinery and equipment available upon request.

Outgoings
Rates Payable 2021/2022 - £0
Council Tax - Band D - 2021/2022 - £1,926.07

Energy Performance
EPC - B

Services
Mains electricity and water supply. Drainage to sewage treatment plant.

Website
newbridgelake.co.uk
Facebook: Newbridge Lakes

Features

  • Well-presented lifestyle property and business with lakeside eco-dwelling
  • A modern 4 bedroom house positioned overlooking Newbridge Lake
  • Planning Permission for 20no. pitch touring caravan site
  • 3 coarse fishing lakes, woodland and stock ponds
  • Business based on day ticket (booking) coarse and specimen carp fishing
  • Site Extending to 52.8 acres (21.3 ha)

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