Midtown Farm has great appeal, being a striking Georgian-fronted house with a detached barn and bothy offering good potential for a tourism venture.

It has far-reaching views and is in between the Solway Coast AONB and Lake District National Park as well as being close to the path of Hadrian’s Wall.

Another possible use could be for B&B purposes.

Midtown Farm has been extensively renovated and extended by the current owners who have created a charming home that blends original character with modern additions.

The double-fronted house has a large hallway with a sitting room to the left and kitchen to the right.

The sitting room is a good size and has a tiled floor and stove on a raised inset hearth while the breakfasting kitchen combines a traditional style with contemporary touches.

It is fitted with light-coloured cabinets topped by wooden work surfaces and has a range of integrated appliances and double Belfast-style sink.

A 28ft living room at the back of the house is kept cosy with an open fire in a striking sandstone surround.

On the first floor are four double bedrooms, with the master having the benefit of an en-suite shower room.

The family bathroom has both a bath and walk-in shower and the other bedrooms are large enough for additional en-suite bathrooms to be incorporated into them.

Externally buildings and gardens are in a gravelled courtyard.

The detached barn has light and power and has the potential and is linked by way of a wood store to the bothy.

This too has light and power and could be combined with the barn and wood store to create one larger building.

A private low-maintenance walled garden completes the package.

Midtown Farm, Longrigg, Kirkbampton, is for sale at £425,000 from Hayward Tod, tel. 01228 830100.