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Wordsworth House and Garden, Cockermouth
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Had not done a NT visit most of the summer so made a point of a trip out. Cockermouth is a lovely little town, the property is easy to find as you enter the High Street. Was made very welcome at recep... read more »
We arrived 20 mins early and was allowed to get our tickets and wait in the front garden for the house to open. As we waited we noticed an information room (called explorer? Just before the cafe) that... read more »
Cockermouth doesn't have a lot to offer but Wordsworth house and garden are fascinating. The National Trust as always work hard to provide settings and information about some of our national treasures... read more »
From the moment you walk in tae house you are greeted warmly I went straight for the kitchen and had some gingerbread staff were lovely
Wordsworth House is a 6 bedroom Georgian property in a central location. asking price: £987,698+VAT and your second daughter History: Famed for being the eternal resting place of poet William Wordsworth, who died in the property's cellar in a tragic mouse-trap juggling experience. Description: This property is full of character and period features. If you are looking for an large family home with easy access to Cockermouth town centre and a history of poetry and tourism this property is perfect for you. With a lovely rear aspect over the traditional garden and river this property is ideal for those with children, dogs or helicopters. The many bedrooms are all tastefully decorated and contain much old and frankly dangerous furniture(included in price). Overall a very quaint and definitely structurally sound building which is fine as long as you don't ask too many questions.
The house and garden have been amazingly restored to their former glory with real attention to authenticity. The costumed servants and gardeners really add to the atmosphere!
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