This stunning four-bedroom property which overlooks a picturesque lake and is surrounded by woodland is on the market for £1.6million.
Situated just south of the village of Burstwick and 10 miles east of Hull, the four-bedroomed Newbridge Lodge is set within 64 acres of woodland, lakes and grounds, and comprises four coarse fishing lakes, stock ponds and lagoons.
Constructed in 2010, the “eco-dwelling” property was featured on the BBC programme, ‘To Build or Not to Build’, and even includes planning permission for a 20-pitch touring caravan site.
The description on property website Fenn Wright reads: “Constructed in 2009/2010, the current owners built an eco-dwelling overlooking Newbridge Lakes, featured on the BBC’s ‘To Build or Not to Build’.
“Built to a high specification on a steel frame, block and timber construction and clad in Siberian Larch. As a result of a highly-insulated timber frame and MVHR heat exchange system, Newbridge Lodge requires around 1/3 of the energy used to heat a similar sized house of standard construction.”
Take a fascinating tour in and around Newbridge Lodge in the gallery below.