An eco-home in north Norfolk has hit the market for more than one million pounds. 

Bobbin House was built for its current owners in 2011 and is home to a range of contemporary features.

North Norfolk News: The kitchen at Bobbin HouseThe kitchen at Bobbin House (Image: Isabel Hastie)

North Norfolk News: The master bedroomThe master bedroom (Image: Isabel Hastie)

The property sits within roughly a quarter of an acre of land and is located next to National Trust woodland in Blakeney. 

These include lighting, window blinds, underfloor heating and a music system that can all be controlled through home automation. 

North Norfolk News: The outbuilding at Bobbin HouseThe outbuilding at Bobbin House (Image: Isabel Hastie)

North Norfolk News: An aerial view of the property An aerial view of the property (Image: Isabel Hastie)The house is perfect for an eco-conscious buyer as it has been designed with highly sustainable features including solar hot water and electricity supplies. 

The property's ground floor includes a living area, a kitchen with a walk-in larder and two en suite double bedrooms. 

North Norfolk News: The first floor living roomThe first floor living room (Image: Isabel Hastie)

There is a second living room on the first floor as well as a master bedroom and bathroom which offer stunning views towards to the coast.

The property also features a useful outbuilding finished in matching materials to the main house which has a sink and toilet as well as a storage area for garden tools.

Bobbin House in Back Lane is on the market with Isabel Hastie for £1,400,000.