Langthwaite, a family farmhouse in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, is on the market after 60 years.

Found in Casterton, the home is surrounded by open countryside with breath-taking panoramic views.

This is an exciting opportunity to refurbish, reconfigure, or extend the current accommodation by incorporating the two-storey workshop store.

As it stands, the property comprises of a sitting room, spacious dining kitchen and study.

The Westmorland Gazette: The property is surrounded by open countrysideThe property is surrounded by open countryside (Image: Davis and Bowring)

It also includes a utility room, ample landing, four bedrooms and a family bathroom.

A mature garden envelops the house, showcasing lawns, a flagged seating terrace and a productive vegetable garden.

Langthwaite has an assortment of charming aged features, such as a hall with flagged flooring, leaded glazed panelling on the front door and ceiling beams.

Parquet flooring graces the sitting room, while a decorative skirting, exposed stone wall and a decorative cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth provides complement.

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The house, a stone and slate detached farmhouse, is believed to date back to the 1700s.

Making it modern while maintaining its charm is an enticing opportunity.

It maximises privacy, as it's off a private track shared with only one other property.

The farmhouse is furnished with an internal approximate area of 2,289 square foot, inclusive of the workshop.

The central hall leads to a generous sitting room and the dining kitchen.

A wide staircase ascends to the first floor landing, leading to three double and one single bedroom.

Also found on the first floor is a three-piece bathroom showcasing a scenic view.

The Westmorland Gazette: The home is filled with charmThe home is filled with charm (Image: Davis and Bowring)

Part of the plot is committed to a two-storey workshop and store, which can be converted into additional accommodation or incorporated into the main house.

Offering power and light, the workshop also has an open riser staircase to a dual-aspect first floor with a fireplace.

Enhancing the beauty of this property is its ample garden and grounds, taking over a generous plot of half an acre.

Ideal for outdoor lovers, being located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park offers adventurous opportunities such as walking, climbing, and cycling.

Langthwaite offers a mix of history, character, potential and tranquillity.

With an asking price of over £700,000, interested parties are directed to estate agents Davis and Bowring for additional details.