The landholding includes arable and pasture, with areas of woodland, as well as ponds, hedgerows and shelter belts recently planted to provide habitats for wildlife.

Opportunities abound at Crake Trees Manor Farm - there is a traditional barn which has planning consent for change of use to form a two-bedroom house for instance.

Enjoying the most spectacular panoramic views over the Pennine Ridge, the property is also easily accessible to transport links and is on the edge of the idyllic conservation village of Maulds Meaburn.

Sam Gibson, a partner with Galbraith, said: “Crake Trees Manor is a highly desirable place to live, with excellent potential to generate a good income from the various tourism elements and the land. It is for sale as a whole or in any combination of up to 11 lots.

“The farmhouse is a hugely versatile and attractive home with impressive open-plan spaces making the most of the stunning views, combined with cosy, smaller rooms for the winter months. The location is hard to beat, between the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks, while the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is also on the doorstep. Crake Trees Manor Farm offers a superb rural lifestyle in one of the most beautiful parts of the country.”

The spacious accommodation in the farmhouse includes up to seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, superb light-filled reception spaces and framed views from many rooms. The property offers a wealth of attractive features including original fireplaces, flagged stone floors, exposed beams, a galleried landing and vaulted ceilings. These have been enhanced by imaginative improvements using locally sourced materials to create a modern and edgy aesthetic.

The impressive kitchen with adjoining conservatory and dining hall/sitting room forms the heart of the home. Also on the ground floor are a snug, boot room, utility, office, laundry room and shower room. There is the potential to repurpose some of these rooms and create additional bedrooms if required, as two of these rooms are serviced by en-suite shower rooms. There is also the potential to offer holiday lets or B & B accommodation from these rooms, which have independent access.

There are five well-proportioned double bedrooms on the first floor, three of which are en-suite. A separate family bathroom services the remaining two bedrooms on the first floor.

The main house is at the heart of the 154 acres, in a beautiful location at the end of a long sweeping drive. The property is surrounded by rolling fields and open countryside with landscaped gardens, terraced seating areas and grounds. The excellent outbuildings have been used as a bunkhouse and catering kitchen for the successful glamping business.

The farm lies on the rural fringe of the conservation village of Maulds Meaburn in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is around 6 miles from the Lake District National Park. It has excellent local amenities with a pub and primary school nearby.

The historic market town of Appleby is a short drive away, where there are further amenities, schools, shops and leisure facilities. The larger market Town of Penrith, some 15 miles away, has a wider range of shops and amenities.

The area surrounding Crake Trees Manor Farm provides access to beautiful walking, cycling and riding routes in the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Nearby transport connections include the A66 (approximately 5 miles) and the M6, which provides access towards Penrith and the Lake District. There are also train stations at Penrith and Oxenholme on the West Coast Main Line with additional cross country rail services, providing rail links to Hexham and Newcastle.

The property is for sale as a whole or in separate lots.

Crake Trees Manor Farm is for sale through Galbraith as a whole for Offers In Excess of £2,800,000.