Greta Hall, Cumberland
Greta Hall, a residence adjacent to the NW end of Keswick, in Cumberland, most beautifully situated on a gentle rising ground about 200 yards from the Greta river. It was inhabited by the poet Southey, who collected a great library in it, and said-" Here I possess the gathered treasures of time, the harvest of so many generations laid up fn garners, and when I go to the window, there is the lake, and the circle of mountains, and the illimitable sky."
Land and Property
The Return of Owners of Land in 1873 for Cumberland is available to browse.