A magnificent opportunity to acquire a substantial estate in the highly sought after Lake District, which when the national park is rebounded could feature within. This unique piece of land with its own lodge will appeal to a range of buyers who are seeking a development opportunity for a supported rural lifestyle in a popular and easily accessible position. It is a haven for wildlife and a delight for all ages to play and explore.
Being only 7 miles from bustling Bowness and the central Lakes, this desirable village is located to the north of Kendal and to the south east of Staveley, on the River Kent, just upstream from the confluence of the River Sprint. Burneside is a beautiful village that has one grocery store, a chip shop, a bakery and a lovely pub named the Jolly Anglers. The village caters for families with a cricket club with a licensed club house on Hollins Lane as well as a football club situated opposite that uses the cricket club facilities after games. The wider local area boasts some of the most highly regarded eateries in the region; you really are spoilt for choice. There is also a primary school, St. Oswald's and there is an excellent choice of secondary education with at least 3 state schools and it is within easy reach of both independent schools.
Comuter links to this property are fantastic, with the M6 just 10 miles away. Burneside railway station provides services to Windermere to the north west. The west coast main line can be accessed from Oxenholme station which is only 6 miles away, providing excellent connectivity to Manchester and London
The Nordic style pine log cabin is set prominently on the site and has stunning views from the front with the Tarn being ever present in the views. It has mains electric and also has a remote generator that supports the cabin if needed. The parking beside the cabin can easily hold 11 cars with additional access provide to the siting of the Pods.
From a commercial point of view there are 20 fishing pegs in place around the Tarn with ample room for additional placement if needed. They are accessed easily via a purpose built path around the body of water. With day and night fishing permits, this site could be active 24hrs a day.
Shooting licenses have been approved and corporate days are also part of the portfolio of potential income, this could be a real gold mine. The projected income just from the initial development has been calculated at £200,000 and with the additional potential for corporate days.
To aid the sale of the development, the vendor is also offering the development of the online presence for the new venture. This will include the development of the website and also the social media progression which would be supported for 12 months.
All the equipment that is in place around the site including the generators, boats, storage container and content of the Nordic style pine log cabin is included within the sale. The current owner will also be willing to redevelop the drive down to the Tarn and also the path to the east bank.
This home includes:
Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.