If you have deep pockets and an abiding love for York City FC, we might have found your ideal home.
The first houses being built on City’s former ground at Bootham Crescent are now up for sale.
They are built by Persimmon in a unique development incorporating some of the heritage of the site, including a section of terracing and a centre circle in the communal garden.
Altogether 93 homes are being constructed on what was once the hallowed turf of York City.
A total of 74 will be sold on the open market, and 19 will be made available for social rent and affordable sale through the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust.
The first three to go on sale via estate agent Savills include these homes.
Plot 3 & 4 – Cost £525K
- 4 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- 3 reception rooms
“The Wolvesey is a versatile three-storey townhouse… The property has the benefit of garden to the front and rear, single garage and additional parking space.”
Plot 4 – £400K
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 reception rooms
“The Carleton is a multi purpose home providing versatile accommodation arranged over 3 floors. Ideal for first time buyers, young professionals who may require a home office or young families who may like a master en suite on the second floor.
“The property has the benefit of garden to the front and rear and an off street car parking space.”
Persimmon plans to open an on-site sales and marketing suite and show home later this year. Construction is well underway at the site, and scheduled to last two years.
More details are available on the Savills website.