A FISHERY in Hampshire has been put up for sale for the first time in half a century.

Brambridge Fishery on the Itchen Navigation is on the market for £500,000.

Bought by the current owners in 1970, the popular wild trout and grayling fishery comes with 8.93 acres of land.

The fishing at Brambridge covers both banks along the full extent from Kiln Lane to Allbrook Road, a length of around 1,665 yards (1,522 meters).

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Though not currently used, planning permission has been granted for parking in the copse of the east bank land.

The original towpath runs along the eastern bank of the property and forms part of Itchen Way footpath.

For more pictures and information, visit the Savills website.

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