Green grass landscape

Exceptional Lake District Land at Lord’s Lot

Opportunity to invest in over 162 acres of outstanding upland grazing deep in the Lake District and with exceptional amenity and environmental potential

Our South Lakes office are delighted to offer the first substantial parcel of land to come to the Cumbrian market in 2024. This is the sale of a total of 162 acres of extremely attractive upland meadow and grazing land situated in the Lake District National Park just four miles from Windemere and Kendal.

Located close to the village of Crossthwaite, the land at Lord’s Lot is expected to attract highly competitive interest for its exceptional location, its amenity value, and its suitability for environmental schemes, carbon offsetting and / or Biodiversity Net Gain.

The land at Lord’s Lot is offered as a whole or in two lots:

The land benefits as grazing and mowing grassland for livestock farming, and it has until recently been used for pheasant shooting and deer stalking. It offers a wealth of flora and fauna, biodiversity and nature conservation interest, but it is free of environmental designations. It is well suited to the government’s environmental schemes that offer support for the protection and enhancement of its existing natural assets.

Opportunities to acquire a parcel of land of this size in this part of Cumbria on the open market are becoming increasingly scarce. We know that it is going to appeal to a broad range of potential buyers.  We would highly recommend early enquiries from potential purchasers, whatever their interest.

Both lots comprise ring-fenced parcels with good access, natural water supplies and spectacular views across the Winster Valley and the Lakeland fells. Both offer outstanding biodiversity interest and high sporting and amenity value, with enormous potential for Countryside Stewardship and carbon offsetting initiatives such as the Wood Pasture and Biodiversity Net Gain schemes.

For further information or to discuss viewing the land, please contact our Staveley office on  01539 721375 (option 3).