A disused Cumbrian church is for sale with something a little extra for the buyer - gravestones, a tower and burials taking place next door.

St Kentigern's Church at Grinsdale, west of Carlisle, is on the market at £100,000 but whoever buys it must retain the headstones and memorials in the churchyard and allow family members access to tend the graves

Burials will continue to take place in the adjacent section of churchyard which is not being sold. However, planning permission is in place for its conversion to a home. Dating from 1740, and restored just over a century later, the church has a tower, three-bay nave and two-bay chancel with arched windows

Paul Doyle, of PFK Estate Agents, which is selling the building, said: "St Kentigern's was built on the fringe of the village and just above the River Eden on the site where a 12th Century church once stood.

"This miniature church has a remarkably thin west tower and stands in an unrivalled picturesque setting. It benefits from a significant area of land south of the church, as well as ownership of the access land.”