A MULTI-MILLION pound complex with dozens of parking spaces and an estimated annual income in the hundreds of thousands of pounds is on the market.

On the market for £2,500,000, Plantation Bridge, located just north of Kendal, is billed as prime residential, commercial or holiday let land which could bring in more than £100,000-per-year of passive income.

An already impressive prospect with a commercial building arranged over two floors and offering thousands of feet of retail space. The lot comes with a 48-space car park.

The uniquely designed home has great contemporary open-plan spaces to the kitchen and lounge dining areas. 

This modern six-bedroom house with four en-suites, a family bathroom and wonderful outdoor spaces is a rare find.

The whole property is currently let as a holiday home, which offers a different prospect for some who are looking for an investment with income.

The agent claims that its current projected income is approximately £130k - £140k per year.

The retail premises is a modern building, constructed originally as a Little Chef and arranged over two floors with a showroom space and storage facilities.

The attractive building, partially dressed with local slate, offers a multitude of uses. Occupying a roadside position next to the busy A591 which feeds the M6, this is a real opportunity for those seeking to move their business or launch a business from here.

With the correct permissions, this could include office premises or an eatery.

The agent stresses that with imagination, this offering could be many things to many different owners - the space is there to work with ideas for further development or to keep the current arrangement which is a rare find in itself.

CGI images have been produced by the current owners for many ideas of how to develop the car parking area which is extensive and have a great, perfectly sited hotel, holiday letting mini village or scope for more retail or office premises.

The property is being marketed by David Britton Estates of Kendal, who can be contacted on 01539 637924.