Extraordinary Arts and Crafts House sleeping 10
A true Arts and Crafts home of the time, designed by the renowned architect ‘Webster’s of Kendal‘, with generous room sizes, oak detail, a splendid return staircase and magnificent stain glass windows overlooking the Lakeland falls. Commissioned by a wealthy Liverpool family for their summer vacations away from the hustle of city living, construction was finished in 1907. It was the first house in the area to have electricity.
In recent years, another Liverpool-based family purchased and lovingly restored the sizeable Edwardian house back to its original glory. By retaining and restoring many of its earliest features, and keeping the interior design to the traditional Edwardian theme, the property has developed into an extraordinary, distinctive antique of the past and present.
Middle Reston sits just off the main route to all over the Lakes and is located 3 miles from Windermere. It sits just a short walk from the village of Staveley where you will find the award-winning More Artisan Bakery and the biggest cycle shop in the UK, Wheelbase. There are also many walking options from the door, including Reston Scar and the Kentmere Horseshoe.