It is the first time in 40 years that this unusual 1930s bungalow with about five acres of land has come onto the market.
Dewdrop in Bury Road, Stanton, the owners previously used the land as a smallholding, which is currently divided into a field and two meadows.
The £450,000 property includes some old dilapidated outbuildings, plus a workshop and store.
It is surrounded by well established gardens, screened by conifers.
Dewdrop has been occupied by two families over the years and so the accommodation is currently offering two kitchens and two entrance halls.
The new occupier will have the option to redesign the accommodation or perhaps extend the existing property to suit their own needs.
The agents All Homes say: “This is a property of huge potential and rarely becomes available.”
The lounge/dining room is 25ft 14ft (decreasing to 10ft 7in) and is light an airy thanks to its large windows and high ceiling. It has a log burner and hearth.
The 14ft by 13ft sitting room is also light with a log burner.
The kitchen-breakfast room is a little over 14ft square with a functional spacious kitchen with ample wall and base cupboard and drawer units.
It has an electric hob, oven and extractor.
The second kitchen is 14ft by 12ft and is currently fitted with units that will be removed before sale.
The utility room has a sink bench and plumbing for washing machine.
There are three bedrooms ranging in size from 14ft by 13ft to 11ft by 10ft.
There is also a bathroom and a shower room, both with toilets.
Viewing is by appointment only through All Homes, Thurston, on 01359 234444.