A home in Dorset that is described as a "luxury, eco-friendly residence" has become available on the market at a cost of more than £1 million.

Located near the town of Shaftesbury, Foxgloves is a home that was constructed in 2017 and is now on sale for £1.2 million.

It is being sold by the estate agents DOOMVS who describe it as a "warm and inviting home with plenty of flexible space for a growing family".

The full profile for Foxgloves can be found on the DOMVS website here.

Bournemouth Echo: Foxgloves is described as a 'warm and inviting' homeFoxgloves is described as a 'warm and inviting' home (Image: DOMVS)

Take a look inside the property

Whilst the property is suitable for a growing family it is also depicted as "welcoming for downsizers who want plenty of space for their family to visit".

One of the selling points of Foxgloves is that it has taken eco-friendly living into consideration, and has implemented several energy-saving technologies into the house.

The profile shares: "The owners have thought carefully about the property's eco credentials, and the property has a Mitsubishi™ Ecodan air source heat pump system, powered by solar panels and a 9.7kw battery storage system to power the electricity and underfloor heating that runs throughout the house to ensure toasty toes all year round."

Bournemouth Echo: The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: DOMVS)

Overall the property is spread out over two floors, with the ground floor containing the kitchen/dining/family room which is "the heart of the home".

The kitchen has features such as large pan drawers, pull-out cupboards and an electric Rangemaster cooker with an induction hob and extraction over.

Bournemouth Echo: The dining room areaThe dining room area (Image: DOMVS)

Additionally, from this area bi-fold doors open to the rear terrace for "alfresco dining or an evening cocktail".

Meanwhile, the sitting room is described as an "absolute delight" which has space for plenty of comfortable seating around "the cosy Scandinavian RAIS contemporary wood burner".

Bournemouth Echo: The sitting roomThe sitting room (Image: DOMVS)

Elsewhere on the ground floor, you can find a utility room off the kitchen, a cloakroom, a double garage and a second reception room.

Heading upstairs there are four double bedrooms, with the principal suite offering an en-suite bathroom and dressing room.

Bournemouth Echo: One of the bedroomsOne of the bedrooms (Image: DOMVS)

There is also a "plush" family bathroom on this floor featuring a freestanding bath, separate walk-in shower and WC.

Externally the property comes with a large driveway, a woodshed and landscaped lawns.