Bluebell Park is an established coarse fishery with a 5CL site, camping field with the benefit of adjacent amenity woodland and grazing land with further leisure development potential.
The property is located on the A458 between Welshpool and Dolgellau. Welshpool 13 miles, Dolgellau 25 miles, Newtown 15 miles and Shrewsbury 32 miles.
Bluebell Park has the benefit of 2 well stocked coarse fishing lakes and a stock pond/teaching pond.
Sycamore Lake - Extending to 0.8 acres (.31 ha) with a maximum depth of 9ft and 21 pegs. Stocked with mirror, common, linear and ghost carp to 20lbs+, chub 8lb, bream 4lb, tench 3lb, roach 2lb and gudgeon.
Silver Birch Pool - With a maximum depth of 9ft. Stocked with small silver fish including roach, rudd, skimmer bream and gudgeon.
Popular Lake - Extending to 0.6 acres (0.24 ha) with a maximum depth of 10ft and 30 pegs. Stocked with carp, F1s, roach, rudd, beam and ide.
The lakes are partly fed by groundwater and partly by springs and Popular Lake has the benefit of an aerator.
5CL Site - The property has the benefit of 6 electric hook-ups together with toilet and wet room shower facilities building with a chemical disposal point located between Popular Lake and the pasture land.
Camping Field - A small camping area adjacent to the main car park and suitable for a maximum of 10 tents.
Extending to 2.9 acres (1.2 ha), a flat area of permanent pasture located to the east of the touring caravan site.
Extending to approximately 5.2 acres (2.1 ha), the woodland has a hard track access to the top of the hill where there is an area of flat ground.
The woodland comprises of mixed broadleaf species including mature oak and ash. Within the woodland is another level area of ground with an replica medieval agricultural building.
The woodland is classified as an ancient woodland. A woodland walk has been created from the lower ground with steps leading up to the top of the wood.
The property has the benefit of the following buildings:
Steel portal frame building with concrete floor 60ft x 30ft currently used for storage of machinery.
On the northern elevation there is a single storey lean-to with a small kitchen and office/reception area.
To the west elevation a lean-to with male/female toilets, showers and camping washing facilities.
To the rear of the main barn is a small wood store and yard area.
Mains 3-phase electricity
Biodisc treatment plant with capacity for one dwelling
Septic tank drainage to CL site facilities
There are no formal accounts as the business has been run on a part time basis by the owner for personal reasons.
Pre-application advice from Powys County Council dated July 2020 for the conversion of the first floor of the agricultural building to rural enterprise dwelling has received a favourable response.
Powys County Council
Powys County Hall
Tel: 01597 827460
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