The Ancient White House Of Townend

The Ancient White House Of Townend

The Ancient White House Of Townend:

On the outskirts of the small village of Troutbeck lies Townend, a white 17th-Century Lakeland yeoman farmer’s house, with mullioned windows.

The farmhouse with tall cylindrical chimneys is a typical characteristic of the buildings in this area of the Lake District.

The property has been passed down through eleven generations of the Browne family.

Since 1947, the house has been owned by the National Trust.

The house was divided into two sections, one for living and one for work.

Furthermore, it still retains much of its original oak furniture, carved woodwork, books, papers, and fascinating domestic implements largely accumulated by its former owners, the Browne family.

For guests staying at Kents Bank holiday cottage, Townend is an ideal half-day visit.

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