Rightmove reveal England’s most remote home – and it’s for sale

Fed up with your neighbours? Want to live in the middle of nowhere and live a peaceful, reclusive life? How does living in England’s most remote house sound?

No, it’s not a dream… you could purchase the most remote property in England on Rightmove.

Situated in the middle of Skiddaw Forrest in Cumbria, the property was built in 1829 by the Earl of Egremont of Cockermouth Castle.

The property is only accessible by foot or 4×4. And if you’re interested, you’re not the only one! This property was recently the most viewed on Rightmove in all of August.

Skiddaw House is a 19th Century shooting lodge used over the years as a gamekeeper’s lodge, shooting cabin, shepherds dwelling, schools field centre, ramblers bothy and currently, as a youth hostel.

Where is England’s most remote home?

It is based near Bassenthwaite, Keswick, where you will begin your journey to the remote property.

It boasts 6 bedrooms and incredible surrounding views.

Rightmove lists the property looking for offers in the region of £1,500,000, so living your best idyllic life doesn’t come cheap.

To find out more about England’s most remote property, visit the Rightmove listing.

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