Setting that’s truly a work of art
Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
The house dates back to the early 19th century and has four reception rooms, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a study, attic rooms and a cellar plus a self-contained annexe with one reception room and one bedroom.
Outside, there is a detached stone outbuilding with two garages and large gardens and grounds plus a parking area.
Planning consent has been granted to develop and extend the main house and to convert the Old Weigh House, forming six separate dwellings in total.
Or the new owner may prefer to retain the property as a single dwelling.
“It is a little dated inside now but it’s a lovely house and I and other members of my family have very happy memories of it,” says Mr Vyner-brooks. “It’s a wonderful place for children.”
PRICELESS: The view from the house was once painted by Turner.