A “one-of-a-kind” house halfway up one of the famous Three Peaks in North Yorkshire which is only accessible by a 4×4 vehicle has gone up for sale.
Crina Bottom, near Ingleton, is on the market for £750,000.
The 400-year-old house, perched on the side of Ingleborough in the Yorkshire Dales, is completely off-grid.
Estate agent Darren Spratt, who is marketing Crina Bottom, said there had already been a “reasonable amount of interest” in the property.
The four-bedroom house is not connected to any mains supplies, with electricity generated through a wind turbine and water sourced from the mountainside.
A biomass boiler, fed by wood pellets, is used to heat the property.
The nearest public road to the property is about 1.5 miles (2.4km) away.
Estate agents Fisher Hopper said the house presented an opportunity to “reconnect with nature”, adding that it was “surrounded by silence, only broken by the sounds of wildlife”.
Mr Spratt, from Fisher Hopper, said: “It’s a very unique property given its location. We don’t see them come on the market very often.”
The current owners currently run an accommodation business from the house as well as a refreshment kiosk for walkers in the summer months, he said.
Mr Spratt described Crina Bottom as an “iconic property” and a “one-off”.