Take That's Jason Orange owned country home with its own fishing lake in a 'pretty UK market town'

Keswick Lake District Jason Orange

Jason owned a home in Keswick

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 23/12/2023

- 05:00

Take That star Jason Orange lived in a scenic British town

Jason Orange shot to fame as part of the pop group Take That.

While in the band, he bought a home in the north of England.

Jason was the owner of a country-style home in Keswick, based in the Lake District.

According to reports at the time, he forked out £1million for the home purchased in 1996.

Lake District

He owned a property near the Lake District


The spacious home had four reception rooms and five bedrooms as well as a private fishing lake.

It stands on 57 acres of land near Kewsick and has horse paddocks and a private wood.

Jason has stayed out of the public eye since leaving Take That in 2014.

Keswick is a scenic market town in England Lake District National Park.

It is equipped with boutique shops and local pubs and is nearby to the stunning walks of the Lake District.

"Keswick, situated between the huge bulk of Skiddaw and the gentle beauty of Derwentwater, has become the major centre for tourism in the northern Lake District," Visit Cumbria states.

"This pretty market town offers a wide range of attractions for visitors.

"[It has everything] from shops and restaurants to museums with a difference, and boating trips around lake Derwentwater."

Keswick Lake District

The home was set on 57 acres of land


Jason's Take That bandmates have settled down in different parts of the UK.

Gary Barlow owns a multi-million pound home in a part of the UK with "beautiful scenery".

Mark Owen lived in a £6.5million mansion in a UK spot "blessed with natural beauty".

The singer lived in Hampshire for many years before moving to the United States.

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