Six properties available for local people to purchase on a shared ownership basis, in this rural community.
There are 2 two bedroom semi-detached homes and 4 three bedroom semi- detached homes, all with gardens and parking spaces.
Prices from just £66,000*
*based on a 30% share of a 2 or 3 bedroom house valued at either £195,000 or £220,000.
Prospective purchasers need to be able to demonstrate a local connection, that is to live and/or work in Sheriff Hutton, or the wider Ryedale District.
EPC Rating TBC
Environmental Strategy, Design & Features
All properties are constructed to current Building Regulation Standard (Part L1A : 2013 Ed.). In addition, many aspects of the development are specifically tailored to improve environmental performance, both within dwellings and across the wider site.
Key features include:
High levels of fabric insulation, to loft, cavity wall and floor elements.
Energy efficient internal and external lighting. All external lights are installed with passive infra-red (PIR) ‘dusk-til-dawn’ control
High efficiency, argon-filled, double-glazed windows.
Highly efficient extract fans, which are continuous-running, but use extremely low amounts of energy.
Electric heating systems using high efficiency storage heaters to ground floor living spaces, and a combination of panel heaters and/or towel rails elsewhere.
Heaters are with both central and localised controls, and storage heaters have facility to operate either ‘off peak’ or ‘direct acting’. The home is equipped with ‘localised controls’, all of which considerably improve heating performance.
Domestic water is heated via insulated Water Cylinder with twin immersion heaters, one of which is linked to ‘off-peak’ electricity tariffs, whilst the other acts as a daytime boost.
Use of low pollutant materials, and avoidance of environmentally hazardous materials.
Use of certified timber, responsibly sourced from managed stocks.
Controlled water flows from taps and shower units.
Dual flush, low volume cisterns to WCs.
Renewable Systems All plots have been equipped with varying levels of Photovoltaic (PV) Panels to roofs. These harness solar energy during daytime, to self-generate electricity and service electrical appliances, in lieu of using power from the grid. PV saves running costs, however savings are optimised during daytime, as/when panels receive sunlight.
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