On the market for £1.85m with Ashdown Jones, this five-bed detached home near Kendal dates back to the 1700s and features panoramic views, a classic interior, a hot tub in the garden, a two-bed detached bungalow to boot, and the opportunity to purchase 18 acres by separate negotiation including a stretch of the River Gilpin and an ancient pack horse bridge across the river. Take a look around...
Idyllic five-bed Lake District getaway dating back to the 1700s with two-bed bungalow and hot tub on the market for £1.85m
Low Shepherd Yeat Farm is the dream Lake District getaway.
By Jack Marshall, Reporter
Wednesday, 16th February 2022, 11:35 am
Wednesday, 16th February 2022, 11:36 am