Key Features

  • Set in over 33 acres
  • Detached house with extensive buildings
  • Established Trout Farm and Fishing Lake business
  • With planning permission for two new dwellings
  • Planning permission for holiday accommodation
  • Scope (stpp) for further leisure and alternative uses


In over 33acres on the eastern edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB lies Belleau Bridge Trout Farm; a family home with extensive buildings and an established trout farm and fishing lake business with further leisure potential. Belleau means beautiful water and lies against a pristine chalk stream with woodland, lakes and grassland which creates a beautiful, diverse and secluded location. 
The well positioned house has large living areas and four bedrooms and lies near to a range of buildings which benefit from planning for two new dwellings, holidays accommodation and scope (stpp) for further leisure and alternative uses.


1House in around 1acres of grounds.
2Proposed 3 bed barn conversion with 2 acres of wood and section of the chalk stream. Approx. 2.25ac
3Proposed 3 bed barn conversion
4Existing trout farm premises including brick barns used for processing but with permission for two 3 bed holiday cottages plus holding ponds and hatchery. Approx. 3.60ac 
55acre pond and 2acres of woodland with stream frontage. Approx. 7.0acres
6Paddock land close to house. Approx. 3.8acres
7Paddock and woodland with stream frontage. Approx. 15.205ac