Lane Hall is an outstanding period property with a wealth of charm and elegance occupying an enviable location within the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

It boasts two and a half acres of private grounds the dramatic backdrop of the Howgill Fells and has substantial accommodation with delightful original features.

Lane Hall was built around 1850 for local businessman John Hewitson, who sourced many of the exquisite features himself.

The characterful details include magnificent Italian marble fireplaces, deep cornicing and high ceilings, wooden floors, a beautiful staircase, large windows and stained glass.

This property offers an ideal opportunity to live in a private country residence with spacious and striking rooms and attics - the former servants’ quarters on the third floor - which provide additional accommodation and potential living areas.

There is also the added benefit of an extensive basement with conversion potential.

Lane Hall has a welcoming and impressive entrance hallway leading to three grand reception rooms and bespoke kitchen.

The first floor offers eight bedrooms and six bathrooms. Most of the bedrooms are en-suite and enjoy views over the mature private grounds which contain trees, some dating back 150 years, lawns, garage and outhouses.

Lane Hall, Newbiggin on Lune, is for sale at £950,000 from Arnold Greenwood, tel: 01539 733383.