The property is set in a rural location on the North Western edge of the Lake District National Park, approximately 1 mile South West of the village of Lamplugh and approximately 8.2 miles South of Cockermouth and 9.5 miles East of Whitehaven.
North Fell Dyke is accessed from a private track and comprises a traditional stone built farmhouse with rendered walls and slate roof covering with a range of traditional and more modern outbuildings together with 9.25 acres (3.74ha) of land.
The land extends in total to 9.25 acres (3.84ha) within a ring fence and comprising a combination of grazing and mowing land.
Field No 7 is an all weather menage with a pea gravel surface.
Also available is a single field enclosure of permanent pasture extending to 2.52 acres (1.02ha) located approximately 1.5 miles to the South of North Fell Dyke. The field benefits from two seperate roadside access points, a natural water supply in the form of a pond. The boundaries are traditional livestock fencing, which are stockproof. The guide price for this land is £10,000.