CALBOURNE Water Mill is on the market.

The historic Isle of Wight tourist attraction and holiday cottages, working mill, rural museum, and 14 acres of land, could be yours for £2.3 million.

Set in stunning rural landscape and first mentioned in the Domesday Book AD1086, Calbourne Water Mill and Rural Museum is the only working water mill on the Island.

BCM has been appointed joint agents with Strutt and Parker to manage the sale, which provides a rare opportunity for investors to acquire a unique property and leading Island tourism attraction.

James Attrill, partner in BCM, said: "Calbourne Water Mill is a unique opportunity for investors to buy into the UK tourism market. The combination of thriving holiday accommodation, historic attraction with wide appeal and a versatile café have great potential.

"BCM is seeing a renewed optimism in the tourism sector. This started well before the amazing summer of 2018 and looks set to continue."

The water mill mills 30 to 50 tons of flour per year with traditional mill stones, using only the power of naturally flowing water.

There are five operating museums, shop café, adventure golf, pedalos and punts for a float down the stream. There are eight holiday cottages comprising five luxury eco lodges and three traditional cottages.

The attraction is a popular venue for school and educational visits, while the rural setting, rustic elegance and charm make it perfect for weddings and corporate events.

The mill was acquired in 2000 by the Chaucer family who have successfully built up the business and are now retiring to pursue other opportunities.

The appointment of BCM follows its recent success in the sale of the Gore Cross Anaerobic Digestion in Arreton on behalf of Wight Farm Energy LLP to the Foresight Group.