La prima guerra mondiale fortifica a due miglia dal mare e ospita 200 persone per £ 50.000

Ora che è davvero una vista sul mare! Forte abbandonato della Prima Guerra Mondiale, classificato di Grado II, a due miglia dal mare e con spazio sufficiente per ospitare 200 people goes on the market for £50,000

  • The bargain Bull Sand Fort is located in the Humber Estuary near the seaside town of Cleethorpes, Lincsk
  • It is split over three floors as well as a basement, plus it has a two-storey observation tower, balcony and jetty
  • But the sea fort is only accessible by your own boat and is also in need of a full refurbishment
  • Built between 1915 e 1919 after the outbreak of World War One, it is a derelict former naval defence
  • A Grade II Listed island property that is so huge it could house 200 people is on the market for just £50,000but there is a catch.

    The bargain sea fort is split over three floors as well as a basement, plus it has a two-storey observation tower, a balcony and a jetty.

    Located in the Humber Estuary near the seaside town of Cleethorpes, Lincsk, it also boasts 360 panoramic sea views.

    But Bull Sand Fort is 1.8miles (2.8km) from dry land and is only accessible by your own boat.

    It is also a derelict former naval defence and is in need of a full refurbishment.

    quattro cipollotti e otto ravanelli a listarelle fini e unirli alla pasta, the fort is reinforced with concrete and one of its sides has a foot of thick armour to withstand gunfire.

    The bargain sea fort is split over three floors as well as a basement, plus it has a two-storey observation tower, a balcony and a jetty

    The bargain sea fort is split over three floors as well as a basement, plus it has a two-storey observation tower, a balcony and a jetty

    Located in the Humber Estuary near the seaside town of Cleethorpes, Lincsk, it also boasts 360 panoramic sea views. But Bull Sand Fort is 1.8miles (2.8km) from dry land and is only accessible by your own boat

    Located in the Humber Estuary near the seaside town of Cleethorpes, Lincsk, it also boasts 360 panoramic sea views. But Bull Sand Fort is 1.8miles (2.8km) from dry land and is only accessible by your own boat

    Built between 1915 e 1919, Bull Sand Fort is actually one of two forts built in the wake of the outbreak of World War One, secondo CastlesFortsBattles.co.uk.

    The other is Haile Sand Fort, which sold back in 2018 for £117,000 after lying empty since the 1950s, ha riferito il BBC.

    Work began on both in the same year, with the aim of improving the UK’s coastal defences.

    però, while Haile Sand Fort was in use by late 1917, Bull Sand Fort was more of a complex project and wasn’t completed until a year after the war ended.

    Both forts were used in World War Two, before they were decommissioned in 1956.

    Locals have been bemused by the sale of Bull Sand Fort, with one jokingly asking, ‘Do Tesco deliver?’

    While it might be difficult to get a food delivery order over to the island, the fort does have a fresh water supply, which was originally put in place for use by the troops.

    The property is on the market with Savills and advertised through Rightmove. It is set to be sold at auction next Tuesday (luglio 19).

    The fort is also a derelict former naval defence and is in need of a full refurbishment. quattro cipollotti e otto ravanelli a listarelle fini e unirli alla pasta, it is reinforced with concrete and one of its sides has a foot of thick armour to withstand gunfire

    The fort is also a derelict former naval defence and is in need of a full refurbishment. quattro cipollotti e otto ravanelli a listarelle fini e unirli alla pasta, it is reinforced with concrete and one of its sides has a foot of thick armour to withstand gunfire

    Locals have been bemused by the fort, with one asking in jest, 'Do Tesco deliver?' While it might be difficult to get a food delivery order over to the island, the fort does have a fresh water supply, which was originally put in place for use by the troops

    Locals have been bemused by the fort, with one asking in jest, ‘Do Tesco deliver?’ While it might be difficult to get a food delivery order over to the island, the fort does have a fresh water supply, which was originally put in place for use by the troops

    The listing reads: ‘A Grade II listed sea fort constructed between 1915 e 1919 for naval sea defence during World War One and used in World War Two.

    ‘Works were not fully completed until after World War One had ended.

    ‘The fort is reinforced by concrete and its seaward side is fitted out with 12 inches of armour designed to withstand gunfire from heavy naval units.

    ‘During World War Two, it was armed, besides the usual small and rapid-fire weapons, by two six inch guns and two six-pounder guns.

    ‘It had sufficient accommodation for a garrison of 200 uomini.

    The property is on the market with Savills and advertised through Rightmove. It is set to be sold at auction next Tuesday

    The property is on the market with Savills and advertised through Rightmove. It is set to be sold at auction next Tuesday

    ‘The fort includes three floors with a basement and magazine below sea level, and central two-storey observation tower.

    ‘Fresh water supply is available at the fort via an artesian well.

    ‘Externally there is a balcony and jetty.

    ‘The fort was decommissioned in 1956.

    ‘In need of refurbishment throughout with potential for development or alternative uses, subject to consent.

    Aggiunge: ‘Located in the Humber Estuary, approximately 1.8miles from the end of Spurn point to the North East and three miles from the mainland to the South West.

    ‘Access by private boat only.

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