The most extraordinary farm estate has come to the market on Dartmoor - complete with a 17th century manor house.

Yarner House, Bovey Tracey, has 247.86 acres (100.31 hectares) of pasture, woodland and moorland.

The seven bedroom manor house was built between 1630 and 1678 and has countless historical features, including battlements in the style of a French chateau.

The word 'Yarner' derives from the Aquitaine French for “where the eagles soar,” which is especially fitting since the buzzards frequently glide over the beautiful house.

A short walk from the main house is a four bedroom farmhouse with a sheltered courtyard.

Beyond the farmhouse, a farm track leads on to a large range of farm buildings and on to the majority of the pasture on the farm.

The pasture extends in total to 70.85 acres.

The 29.64 acres of mixed mature woodland across the estate is home to an abundance of wildlife.

Above the pasture the land opens into Dartmoor National Park, of which there is freehold ownership of 138.81 acres of moorland.

Yarner House is on the market with Knight Frank and has a guide price of £5,500,000.