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Teletubbies-style house that looks like it’s coming out of a hill goes on sale for over £1million

A rural Yorkshire house that looks like a classy version of the Teletubbies’ home could be yours – for over £1million.

The beautiful eco-friendly home is built to appear as though it emerges from under a hill.

The place definitely has a unique curb appeal, drawing comparisons to the likes of the Tubbytronic Superdome and The Shire’s Hobbit holes from The Lord of the Rings.

It is being marketed by estate agents Dacre, Son and Hartley and is advertised on Rightmove for £1,195,000. But you get quite a bit for your money.

With three bedrooms, stunning countryside surroundings and huge windows – making the interiors bright despite the fact the exterior is covered in grass – so there’s lots to like about it.

The eco-friendly bungalow also boasts a gated driveway, sizeable patio, and high-end appliances.

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How cute is that? (Picture: Dacre, Son and Hartley/Rightmove)

Located in the upmarket village of Burley in Wharfedale, near Bradford, West Yorkshire, the listing promises ‘fantastic views’.

‘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,’ reads the listing.

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One of the bedrooms (Picture: Dacre, Son and Hartley/Rightmove)
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Can you see yourself living here? (Picture: Dacre, Son and Hartley/Rightmove)
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Lush (Picture: Dacre, Son and Hartley/Rightmove)

The home has been a hit online, with one commenter writing: ‘Wow now I could live there.’

Another wrote: ‘If I could afford it, I’d be buying this.’

What do you think – would you live in a home that looks like it’s part of the landscape? Let us know in the comments below.


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