Sedgwick House is situated on the fringe of the Lake District National Park and was constructed in 1868 from tooled Sandstone with Ashlar and Granite dressings with the entrance wing facing north having a projecting central four-storey battlemented tower and a turret rising to a higher level.
The house was converted into nineteen luxury apartments in 1989 with the estate extending to approximately 10 acres of parkland and being situated adjacent to the picturesque village cricket club. The apartments have exceptional leisure facilities including a heated swimming pool housed within a Victorian style conservatory, gymnasium, solarium, sauna and tennis court together with fishing rights nearby on the River Kent.
The apartment is a superb first and second floor duplex residence which has seamlessly blended the period architecture with more contemporary designs to create a fabulously spacious home with spectacular views towards the Lake District mountains.
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