Low Shepard Yeat Farm is nestled in the rolling Cumbrian hillside.

Take a look inside this stunning £2m Lake District farmhouse - that comes with 22 acres of land

Low Shepherd Yeat in Kendall has five double bedrooms and a two-bedroom bungalow annexe

Thursday, 29th April 2021, 3:53 pm

The impressive former Crook farmhouse, Low Shepherd Yeat, is the perfect countryside retreat off the beaten Cumbrian track.

Set in a peaceful location, among 22 acres of green fields and private woodlands, the stony building isn’t too far away from busy Lake District towns, including Windermere and Kendall.

Traditional features include a Aga oven, exposed wooden beam frameworks, high ceilings and a wood burning stove.

Aside from the five bedroom farmhouse, the propety also boasts an annexe – in the form of a luxury two-bedroom bungalow at the bottom of the garden – perfect for hiring out to holiday guests.

Low Shepard Yeat is on the market for £2,300,000 and is currently let with Cumbrian cottages – to see more head to Rightmove.

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