The land is located approximately 1.5 miles North of the village of Great Asby and approximately 3.7 miles South of Appleby in Westmorland.
The land comprises a single field enclosure of grazing land and a parcel which has been planted, two parcels are split by Asby Beck.
The larger area extends to 3.01 acres (1.22ha) and is a restored wild hay meadow which was undertaken with the assistance of Cumbria Wildlife Trust and has the benefit of roadside access.
The woodland extends to 1.90 acres (0.77ha) was planted approximately 11years ago with indigenous species including Green Alder, Silver Birch, Ash, Sweet Cherry, Oak and Rowan.
The stretch of Asby Beck extends to approximately 250m in length and has been the subject of restoration work with the assistance of Eden Rivers Trust and offers excellent habitat for indigenous invertebrate species, river water crowfoot (a designated protected flora species under ESAC conservation designation) and healthy population of wild brown trout.