Credit: Finest PropertiesCredit: Finest Properties
Credit: Finest Properties

Graceful and historic: Grade II-listed £1.2m Georgian manor in the Lake District with nine bedrooms and six acres of formal gardens

A Grade II-listed property all but a stone's throw away from the Lake District National Park, this gorgeous home dates back to 1833 when it was built by the Cooke family of Kendal.

Sold for £1.2m by Finest Properties, this visually arresting nine-bed Georgian manor house sat in six-and-a-half acres of caringly manicured gardens is named Camerton Hall and is a splendour of high ceilings, marble fireplaces, a grand banqueting hall, and a split-wing staircase. The property also offers a business venture as one of its wings serves as a private function venue offering afternoon tea in a remarkable setting while the house has served as a wedding venue in the past. Take a look around...

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