The Touring Caravan and Camping Site: www.courtfarmcornwall.co.uk
• Detached 2 Bed Dwelling • Garden • Caravan and Camping Site • 20 Electric Hook-ups • Reception Office • Shower/Wash Block • Overflow Areas • Total c.6.28 acres (2.54 Has)
The Caravan and Camping Site being centrally located in Cornwall is well situated to access both the south coast with its sailing waters and the north coast with its renowned surfing beaches and rugged coastline walks. There are a number of attractions in the area including The Eden Project, The Shipwreck and Heritage Centre at Charlestown, Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the historic fishing harbours in Mevagissey and Padstow, Newquay Zoo, various National Trust venues and others.
In total, Lot 2 extends to about 6.28 acres (2.54 hectares).
More information: http://stags.agent.homeflow.co.uk/properties/9120451/sales
High quality, 3 Star self catering accommodation set in the beautiful Scottish Highlands
Kilcoy Chalets are situated at Tore only 7 miles from Inverness, an ideal location for those wishing to explore the full beauty of Scotland. The awe inspiring mountains of the West Coast and the Isle of Skye make an enjoyable day trip, as does a drive to the north coast which is a sanctuary for millions of sea birds with the highest sea cliffs in Britain. A visit to John O’Groats and even a day trip to Orkney is another option for guests. Heading east takes you to Speyside, particularly popular if your passion is for Castles or Distilleries and the “Whisky Trail”. Closer to the Chalets lies the infamous and mysterious Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, Culloden Battlefield and majestic Glen Affric amongst many other attractions. The area is equally popular with the naturalist and the ornithologist and guests have recorded a host of bird species in the vicinity including the Red Kite with its distinctive forked tail, a common sight following its reintroduction on the Black Isle. The chalets are not only popular with those who enjoy touring, nature and sightseeing, they offer an excellent base for those enjoying more active pursuits. The area is rich in sporting opportunities from sailing to climbing, angling to golf. Fishing on hill lochs for wild brown trout or on prime salmon rivers such as the Ness and Beauly promise excellent sport and there are an abundance of top quality golf courses within easy reach.
The five Chalets are of identical design with a wooden clad exterior, pitched tiled roof and small veranda. All are well presented and enjoy full double glazing and fitted roller blinds throughout. The Lodges benefit from the smart well maintained site / garden area and each has private parking.
Fixed price £225,000 (Freehold)
All appointments to view must be made through the vendors selling agents:
ASG Commercial Ltd
20 Church Street
Inverness IV1 1ED
A 3 acre touring Site with 25 pitches between Truro and the NorthCoast with a 1 bedroom
bungalow and additional land. Consistent turnover and profits from seasonal
Lakewell Touring and Camping Site is located to the south of
the village of Goonhavern, which is between the Cathedral City of Truro and the
beaches of St Agnes, Perranporth and Newquay and is therefore considered an
ideal holiday base, with swift access to the A30 connecting east and west
Cornwall. Goonhavern has facilities including Public House, schooling, garden
centre, village stores and is generally considered a popular village in which
to both live and holiday.
Property and Business
The bungalow was constructed in 2002 and sits centrally
within the overall site. The bungalow enjoys high levels of privacy from
the neighbouring properties, as indeed do the visiting campers. The campsite
has a 10 month Licence, excluding December and January and principally trades
from Easter through to September and comprises a circa 3 acre site overall
(including the allotment area), with 25 touring pitches (of which 22 have an
electric hook-up point).
The combined turnover for the most recent season (2015) was
in the region of £30,000 (with circa £12,000 attributable from Pitch-Up and the
remainder direct), which after operating expenses including
commission fees produced a net profit of circa £26,000 per annum.
Accessed from the front of the property with a road leading
down to the campsite, which is in an L shape and provides for 25 pitches (22
with electric hook-ups), well spaced along the perimeter of the campsite, with
a pond for amenity use in the western part of the site. We are advised the
overall site area is in the region of circa 3 acres including the allotment
close to the bungalow
9.8m x 5.75m, comprising wash up area to the front, 3 ladies
toilets and showers and similarly 3 mens toilets and showers. In addition a
disabled wc facility.
MASSIVE POTENTIAL A spacious family home and garden with on site business - caravan site with fishing lake and total land extending to approx 10 acres in total. The house offers plenty of rooms for all the family - with an entrance conservatory, inner hall, cloakroom, fitted kitchen with adjacent dining room, lounge & conservatory, home office, and utility room/games room which would easily be useable as a downstairs (5th) bedroom. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms and the main bathroom. Outside there are gardens surrounding the house with a gravelled frontage/driveway and parking which leads to the garage, sheds & stores as well as onto the 5 CS (camping & caravan club) site, with the shower/toilet block. The main site offers 14 hook up points and is very well maintained and presented - arranged around a central fishing lake with 12 pegs. In addition to the house and site are two adjoining paddocks one to the side and one to the rear (totalling approx 8.4 acres) and offering further scope for ideas (subject to any required planning permissions). The whole site is located down a small country lane within walking distance of the shop/post office, pubs and restaurant in the village of Hogsthorpe. Viewings now available - by appointment.
The property is approached from the main A52, just outside the village of Hogsthorpe down a small country lane (Bracken Lane). The house/site can be found at the end of the lane (with the only access beyond being for farmers fields and the rear paddock). On turning into the property there is a gravelled entrance driveway, splitting off to lead to the parking for the house and onto the main area of the site with easy access to all sides, around the central fishing lake.
The main site area extends to just over an acre and is mostly laid to grass/lawn with pitches surrounding the lake - with 14 electric hook up points, and 12 fishing pegs.
Also included in the sale is a six berth static caravan.
Five sheds/stores (one with pump system to ensure a constant water pressure for the site)
The shower block which includes two shower rooms and two separate wcs as well as a kitchen.
Single Garage - of concrete sectional construction.
The site is registered with "The camping and Caravanning Club" - details can be found on the website http://www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/campsites/uk/lincolnshire/skegness/ivylodge
Access is gained around the side of the property to the rear. At the rear of the house the gardens are private to the house and are laid mainly to lawn for ease of maintenance.
The additional fields included in the sale consist of a grassed paddock to the side (of approx 4.57 acres subject to survey) and extends down to the main road, opening up further potential for access (subject to any and all necessary planning consents)
The second field is immediately to the rear of the house (of approx 3.83 acres subject to survey) and is also grassed, again offering further potential for development of the site if planning were to be possible, although it should be noted the farmer has a right of access from here into his own field.
Beam Estate Agents, Skegness
12 Lincoln Road, Skegness, PE25 2RZ Tel: 01754 484005
Being sold by LPA receiver. Rural setting within village of Woodacott.
3 holiday bungalows. 3 static park homes. Club house with bar, indoor swimming
pool and gym. Licence for 5 touring caravans. Set in 8.6 acres with two fishing lakes.
3 x holiday bungalows (1 x 2 bed, 2 x 4 bed).
3 x static park homes.
Club house with bar, indoor swimming pool and gym.
The park is still trading but no accounting information is available for
prospective purchasers. Potential for further development subject to gaining
the relevant planning consents for the development of further holiday letting
units and the extension of the camping/caravan licence to allow further camping
and touring caravans on site.
There is also the possibility of building owner’s
accommodation on site subject to the necessary consents.
The property is located within Torridge District Council’s planning authority www.torridge.gov.uk
RIVERSIDE CARAVAN PARK WAINFLEET LINCOLNSHIRE PE24 4ND
SMALL PARK WITH OWNER’S ACCOMMODATION - SCOPE FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT FOR HOLIDAY AND/OR RESIDENTIAL CARAVANS. 1.1 ACRES. COTTAGE REQUIRING FULL MODERNISATION. CERTIFICATE OF LAWFUL USE PERMITTING ANY FORM OF CARAVAN TO BE SITED ON PART WITH PLANNING CONSENT FOR HOLIDAY CARAVANS ON REMAINING AREA'
Riverside Caravan Park occupies an attractive location off Wainfleet Bank, some one mile from the town of Wainfleet All Saints and close to the road bridge over the River Steeping. The ancient Market Town of Wainfleet All Saints, home to Bateman’s Brewery, offers a comprehensive range of local amenities and is approximately one mile to the east, whilst the park itself is located some 6 miles south of Skegness and 15 miles north east of Boston. The coastal resorts of East Lindsey District stretch for a distance of approximately 15 miles, from Skegness in the south to Mablethorpe in the north and are amongst the most popular destinations for retirement and caravan holidays on the east coast of England.
An attractive detached country cottage of brick construction under a pan-tiled roof, the owners’ house is capable of providing 3 / 4 bedroomed accommodation. The property maintains its original charm but will require comprehensive modernisation and improvement to bring it up to modern day standards.
Planning permission (reference number 281/66) dated 23 May 1966, permits the use of land as a caravan site at Old Riverbank, Wainfleet St Mary, OS Sheet 91.8, Field No. 309. This planning permission provides that the caravans shall not be occupied at any time for human habitation during the period from 10th October in any one year until 15 March in the following year and during such period may be used solely for the storage of personal effects and camping equipment. A Site Licence dated 12 June 1967 confirms that the property has the benefit of planning permission reference number 281/66 permitting the use of the land as a caravan site. The remaining area of land, forming Field No. 310 has the benefit of a Certificate of Lawful Use or Development dated 18 December 2015. The Certificate of Lawful Use confirms that this area of land may be used as a caravan site.
The Certificate of Lawful Use does not contain any restriction as to the type of caravan that may be sited which would indicate that any form of caravan (including caravans that might be occupied on a residential basis) may be sited over this area of land provided they comply with the definition of a caravan as contained within the Caravan Sites and Control and Development Act 1960 (as amended) and standard Site Licence conditions. The original planning consent that relates to the remaining area of land does not specify the type of caravan that may be sited, hence permitting any form of caravan to be accommodated however it does contain a restricted season.
The business has only traded as a “hobby” in recent years prior to the demise of its long term owners. There are no trading accounts available, though the location and planning consent is such that a purchaser can quickly re-establish the touring caravan site and may choose to further develop the property to accommodate static or residential caravans in the future in line with the planning consent.
A very appealing detached stone featured family residence, with grounds extending to in the region of 1.45 acres (sts) pleasantly located in countryside just set above the fenland of the historic Witham Valley. There are a good range of outbuildings included with the paddock. The house itself offers a good range of well presented accommodation comprising, Lounge, an attractive good sized Conservatory, Dining Room, an attractively appointed Kitchen, Utility Room, Landing, Family Bathroom and four Bedrooms. (Paddock at present a Caravan Club Certified Location - Status of licence to be checked by new purchaser prior to completion of sale.
Detached four bedroom Stone house
1.45 Acres Paddock Land
5 Berth Caravan Park
Agent: Robert Bell & Company, Lincoln 43 Silver Street, Lincoln, LN2 1EH