The disappearing house: Eco-home that can't be seen on sale for £895,000

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The eco-home has been designed to blend seamlessly into the surroundings. (Redbrik)

An incredible eco-home which has been cleverly designed to disappear into the landscape has gone on sale for £895,000. 

With its extensive use of renewable technology and eco-friendly features, this unique three bedroom family home could be the perfect new pad for anyone seeking a more environmentally-conscious way of living.

And set in a beautiful rural location, the property could be the dream option for those hankering after moving to the country and adopting a simpler way of life. 

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With solar technology the home has all the mod cons. (Redbrik)

"Set beautifully into the landscape, this unique three bedroom family home combines modern living with an eco-friendly design in a stunning rural location," the property brochure reads. 

"A fabulous example of sustainable house design and build, this property has been created with great attention to detail and extensive use of renewable technology." 

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While it puts sustainability front and centre, with solar technology, the house has all the mod cons for family living including a bespoke Bulthaup kitchen island with Gaggenau appliances, a library area and a cosy wood-burning stove to snuggle in front of during those chilly Autumn nights. 

There is also a swish wet room with an impressive three piece suite and floor to ceiling windows, which allow natural light to flood into the sleek living space.

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The impressive open plan living room has a wood burner and library nook. (Redbrik)

A description of the property on Redbrik adds to the away-from-it-all allure: "All the double bedrooms open out onto the decked terrace and enjoy the beautiful wildflower garden. 

"There is flexibility for those looking to work from home with the additional study, which can become a fourth bedroom. 

"Luxury suites and storage throughout further enhance this incredibly desirable home."

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The outside space is impressive. (Redbrik)

The gated driveway is suitable for multiple vehicles (party anyone?) and there is also a car port. 

Other features include triple glazed windows to keep out any winter chill and bi-fold doors to fling open in the summer. 

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The house is completely hidden from the sky. (Redbrik)

Outside, there is a beautiful wild flower green roof and meadow garden, which helps the property blend seamlessly with its country surroundings, as well as a Millboard decked terrace.

Adding to the eco-credentials the property has solar technology and zoned underfloor heating for a touch of luxe in the colder winter months. 

In terms of location, the property is perfectly situated just short drive to local villages and the Peak National Park, for those bundled-up walks in the country. 

Commenting on the unusual home Redbrik property consultant, James Bridgland said: "In over 20 years of working in property, I can't remember seeing anything similar in terms of the finish and styling.

"This is an outstanding house. It is contemporary, sustainable and is set in a superb location."

Anyone who is interested in embracing a more sustainable way of life can check out its credentials through the estate agent listing.

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All of hte bedrooms open onto the decking with views of the meadow beyond. (Redbrik)

It isn't the only house offering a slice of the good life that has caught our eye recently. 

Last month we were dreaming of moving to a gorgeous, off-grid house, nestled in the middle of Dartmoor, Devon.

The sweet little home, known as 'Autumn Wood', available for a not entirely unaffordable £600,000, is totally self-sufficient and offers its own solar panel system, natural spring to drink from and vegetable garden for home-grown dinners. 

And back in August we'd mentally moved into Cumbria's Skiddaw House, which was officially 'the most remote house in England'.

Located in the wild landscape around Skiddaw Forest, 11 miles from Keswick in Cumbria, Skiddaw House is situated in 3.45 acres of private land and is only accessible on foot or by sturdy 4X4 vehicle.

Blame the pandemic but we actually quite fancy the idea of getting away from it all with just the local wildlife as our neighbours.