Cardew House is a country house at Cardew near Thursby in Cumbria. It is a Grade II listed building.
Cardew House Wikipedia
The house, originally known as Cardew Hall, was built in the early 16th century for the Denton family and was the birthplace of John Denton, a Cumberland historian, in 1561. It was acquired by Sir John Lowther, a politician, in 1686 and was also the birthplace of Susanna Blamire, a poet, in 1747. By 1790 the house had been acquired by Edward Trimble who farmed Broadmoor and Green Lane as well as Cardew Hall. Kenneth Smith, writing in the 1970s, identified it as a country house of note in his book Cumbrian Villages. The house, which is now owned by Robert Potter, continues to be used as a farmhouse.