What is a Larder?

The term “larder” derives from the fact that they were originally used to store raw meat which had been covered in lard (fat) to preserve it. Larders tend to be cool, dry areas, making them great for storing different types of food.

By the 18th century, the term "Larders" had expanded. Now a dry larder was where bread, pastry, milk, butter, or cooked meats were stored. is available to lease