A guide price of £1.2 million has been placed on a small farm set in more than 76 acres of land in the Eden Valley.
Sykeside Farm, Soulby, is between the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Yorkshire Dales national park.
The farmhouse was converted from a traditional stone barn.
According to selling agents Hewetson and Johnson, the land will appeal to a range of purchasers, potentially as a lifestyle unit for those seeking an escape to the countryside.
The buildings provide ample storage and the land is free draining and fertile.
The agents said: “The farm has attributes that appeal to farmers and non-farmers alike, ranging from fertile free draining soils, to diversified sources of income and a fast broadband connection.
“Situated in its own microclimate, it has an average annual rainfall of approximately 41 inches.”
The current owner has developed the farmhouse over the past 20 years into a comfortable three-bedroom sustainable family home.
There is also a holiday cottage, called Rainbow Cottage, designed with accessibility in mind.