The Mascot home at 22 Ney St is aimed at eco-warriors, but will appeal to anyone looking to lower their cost of living and reduce bill costs.
Prospective buyers who qualify for a "green home" may also be eligible for a lower interest rate on their home loan.
Listing agent Shannon Cummings from McGrath Coogee said he hoped the home would set the standard for more homes to come.
It's a home that's really ahead of its time, he said.
It keeps the indoor temperature at a comfortable 22 degrees regardless of the weather, reducing heating and air conditioning costs for homeowners by up to 90 per cent.
Mr Cummings said: "With energy costs and inflation increasing, it's great to be able to buy a home that has a positive impact on your bills.
The home is double glazed and has an HVC system to keep the air filtered and remove moisture.
Mr Cummings says: You can literally feel the perfect temperature of 22 degrees.
As there is no exposed concrete externally, six layers of 'skin' around the house provide an insulating barrier.
All three bathrooms are fitted with vents leading to a filtration system that eliminates moisture and mould without the need for exhaust fans.
Mr Cummings says: It's the perfect house for spring allergy and asthma sufferers, and with the current bushfire smoke, it couldn't be better.
The Mascot property is a modern detached two-storey home with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a self-locking garage.
The house was only built this year and is very tastefully designed to be both modern and homely, said Mr Cummings.
With a plunge pool, manicured backyard lawn, built-in barbecue and integrated indoor/outdoor facilities, Mr Cummings said the house was also perfect for entertaining.
As we move into the summer months, you can open the door to the house and the living room flows seamlessly onto the back terrace, perfect for entertaining, he said.
The house, at 22a Muscone Street, is due to go under the hammer on 7 October, but Mr Cummings said he was so interested in it that it could be snapped up before then.