<< back to main 'At Risk' page
The mansion at Rheda, in Frizington, was home to the Dixon family from 1584-1952 and was demolished in the 1970s. All that remains now, apart from the well-kept lodge cottage and some houses in the gardens, are the fine stables built in the mock-medieval style from the local sandstone. These imposing buildings - structurally still in remarkably good condition - would make a fantastic home.
Latest update [February 2010] The stables are currently being renovated to create four dwellings.
Photos contributed by, and copyright of, H.T. (2007)
The main gate