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Land for sale
Broad Oak, Underbarrow Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 8BA
- STUNNING COUNTRY PROPERTY
- 17 ACRES OF LAND
- THREE RECEPTIONS
- FOUR BEDROOMS WITH ENSUITES
- TWO GUEST COTTAGES
- MULTI CAR GARAGE
- RARE OPPORTUNITY
As you begin to travel down, between the white railings that border the drive you will sense the magnificence of the many splendid oak trees that give the name to this country estate, with nearly 17 acres of mature woodland, open pasture, formal gardens, fishing tarns and lily ponds.
The main house has origins in the 16th century and offers friendly and perhaps a unique blend of period and modern created by the present owners, with its three/four reception rooms and four en-suite bedrooms. Beyond the house you will find the magnificent bank barn that now offers two splendid two bedroom guest cottages and an exceptional multi-car garage (created for a private car collection) that is equally capable of providing leisure or dare we say discreet workspace.
This outstanding country property is we believe without rival in the South Lakeland landscape and will bring to the new owner, privacy and seclusion without remoteness' convenience of access to the world beating beauty and amenities of the National Park and lots of space for friends, family or paying guests even if they arrive by helicopter!
Broad Oak enjoys a discreet and private setting in the popular village of Underbarrow and can be be found from the market Town of Kendal, by heading west out of the town by way of Allhallows Lane and Greenside. Pass over the Kendal by-pass, continue over Scout Scar and into the Lake District National Park. Follow the road down towards the Village of Underbarrow proceed past the Punch Bowl Inn on your left hand side and then take the first turning left signposted Brigsteer. Continue along this the road a short way and the entrance to Broad Oak is the first on your right. Follow the drive down passing the fishing tarns and the splendid Oak Trees to the main entrance.