The rural property, located in the upmarket village of Burley in Wharfedale, near Bradford, West Yorks, is proving a hit with potential house buyers
A Teletubbies -style, eco-friendly bungalow has gone on the market for more than £1million.
The plush three-bedroom home is covered in grass at the sides of the building and on the roof.
Windows at the top make it reminiscent of the Tubbytronic Superdome – where 90s favourites Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po lived.
The rural property, located in the upmarket village of Burley in Wharfedale, near Bradford, West Yorks, is proving a hit with potential house buyers.
It is being sold by estate agents Dacre, Son and Hartley and advertised on Rightmove for £1,195,000 and is described as a ‘unique and luxuriously appointed contemporary home.’
The property listing reads: “An exciting opportunity to acquire a unique and luxuriously appointed contemporary home.
“Thoughtfully planned and designed with extensive eco-friendly features whilst offering light, free flowing accommodation commanding fantastic views across Wharfedale.
“Enjoying a discreet and private location on Burley in Wharfedale’s highly regarded Moor Lane.”
The property boasts a gated driveway, high end appliances, a master bedroom and two guest bedrooms.
The living area, which comes with a glazed roof, is described as ‘breath-taking.’
The listing continues: “The property enjoys a high degree of privacy and yet has the advantage of sweeping grounds incorporating an expansive terrace, lawns and small areas of woodland.”
Fan Lee Morris said: “Wow now I could live there.” Another added: “If I could afford it, I’d be buying this.”
Ex-Manchester United and England defender Gary Neville built his own Teletubbies-esque eco house in 2010.
But the Sky Sports pundit was forced to slash the asking price on the £8million pad situated near Bolton last year because of a lack of interest in it.