With spring underway, we find riverside homes around the UK with fishing rights. From converted barns to beautiful period homes, these properties are ideal for the avid fisherman wanting to unwind and relax by the water’s edge.
A Grade II Listed property, Lancych mansion was built in 1820 in a cottage-style ornate and incorporates many charming design features which form a theme throughout the house. The wonderful regency Gothic house is set in a fantastic rural location. It is situated in its own 'private' valley which is intersected by the charming River Cych, a trout stream which connects to the Teifi, famous for its salmon and trout.
This stunning Grade II Listed three-storey home, which has four to five bedrooms and a detached garage is located near Ribchester. Built as a dower house in 1665 by the notable Lancashire Talbot family, its lovely gardens adjoin the River Ribble, to which it has fishing rights, just downstream of an ancient Roman ford and Grade II Listed 18th-Century bridge.
Dating back to the 16th Century, The Bridge House is set in an idyllic location overlooking Ashford Weir with fishing rights on the River Teme and access to 2.5 miles of navigable river to Ludlow. Built of stone, the property has been extended and refurbished over the years to create a lovely country home with an attached self-contained, one-bedroom annexe.
Pethfoot House is an amazing early 17th Century Grade II listed detached Northumberland ‘long house’ developed from a 12th Century tower guarding Felton Bridge according to Pevsner's Northumberland. Located midway between Alnwick and Morpeth, the property enjoys a secluded location in a pretty village centre with a frontage to the river Coquet. If you are a keen angler, the home is ideal as it comes with single bank fishing rights along a stretch of the river Coquet included in the sale. There are areas along the river that allow you to sit and enjoy the tranquillity and all the wildlife that the river has to offer. As an angler, you will have the opportunity to catch salmon and sea trout which run up the river.
This upmarket, exclusive barn conversion development is set in the small hamlet of St Nicholas in the rugged north Pembrokeshire countryside, boasting spectacular views over the Irish Sea and peaceful, coastal countryside. The contemporary homes are surrounded by farmland, yet within 10 minutes of the friendly town and busy harbour of Fishguard, in proximity to St Davids – Britain’s smallest and prettiest city. On the property grounds is a Trout stocked lake with individual fishing bays.
Formerly two cottages, this six-bedroom substantial detached property is set on eight acres of Dorset countryside. It sits in a rural and secluded setting with the River Piddle running past and a water meadow yet is close to the riverside town of Wareham and the county town of Dorchester. With a large lobby and useful utility, the property also has a further four reception rooms, the study, garden room and very generous sitting room with open fireplace and patio doors leading onto a terrace.
Located in the Leicestershire countryside, The Woodlands occupies a position on the edge of the village and is a charming property with accommodation set over two floors creating a spacious home and flexible living space. The unique four- or five-bedroom detached home features an annexe for guests, two-acre paddock with four loose boxes and a fishing lake.
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