Leading sustainable property company Citu has released the second phase of homes at ‘Stall’, a new community of 50 zero carbon properties currently under construction on forgotten brownfield land off Wyther Lane.
Since plans were announced in 2022, more than 1,400 people joined a waiting list for the multi-million pound scheme with the first phase of homes selling out off-plan last year.
There are now a further six apartments and four houses available to purchase at ‘Stall’, which has been designed to give equal priority to the needs of residents and the natural environment, with the first homes due to be ready to move into by summer 2024.
Four-bedroom houses start from £450,000; two-bedroom apartments from £275,000 and one-bedroom apartments from £182,500.
Virtual reality walk-throughs have been created by the company’s in-house design team which means that customers can experience the interiors of the available property types. Interested purchasers can book to experience the ‘VR Show Homes’ at a special open day on Saturday, 13 January between 10am and 3pm at the Stall site on Wyther Lane, Leeds.
Located off the Leeds-Liverpool Canal, ‘Stall’ includes a green corridor that passes Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve and the famous Kirkstall Abbey, an easy route for cycling (13 minutes) and walking (40 minutes) straight into the heart of central Leeds.
Jonathan Wilson, Managing Director of Citu, said: “We’re excited to introduce ‘Stall’ to the wider market and to hear how people respond to the designs and the setting.
“‘Stall’ is an evolution of the principles we’ve developed on our journey to challenge the norms in housebuilding, enabling people to live more sustainably, in healthy and inspiring places that they can call home. More than that, ‘Stall’ residents will be able to enjoy the benefits that high performing energy efficiency already is making to the lives and household budgets of our residents currently living in Citu homes elsewhere in Leeds and in Sheffield.
“‘Stall’ makes it easy for people to choose zero-carbon living. Set apart from – and at the heart of – city living, these homes are designed to capture the surrounding natural views, alongside striking architectural details such as decks cantilevering over the canal.”
The name ‘Stall’ is a nod to the origins of Kirkstall which is formed from ‘stall’ meaning ‘place’ and ‘Kirk’ the historic word for ‘church’ – a reference to the area’s 800-year-old Kirkstall Abbey, one of the most complete examples of a medieval Cistercian abbey in Britain.
To book an appointment for the Stall open weekend on January 13, book a separate tour of the CID show home or to register your interest for future releases, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0113 320 2357.