A new development of energy-efficient homes in the Lincolnshire village of Skellingthorpe is now fully sold.
Developer Castlegate Homes (Midlands) constructed nine homes on a new private road off Waterloo Lane. The village of Skellingthorpe is about three miles north-west of Lincoln, off the A46.
Six detached homes, each featuring 4-5 bedrooms, have been sold to private buyers. A terrace of three two-bedroom homes has been acquired by housing association Longhurst Group.
The homes were built to achieve low carbon emissions, with features including wood-burning stoves and high insulation values.
Amy Cowdell of Langleys Solicitors in Lincoln - a specialist in the set-up of building sites and plot disposals - advised Castlegate Homes (Midlands) on the sales.
Robert Goodridge, managing director at Castlegate Homes (Midlands), said: “These family homes have been finished to a high quality standard and were in high demand. Langleys gave us expert advice throughout the process. We anticipate that this will be the first of many new developments for us in the area.”
Amy Cowdell, associate solicitor at Langleys, added: “Castlegate Homes (Midlands) are to be congratulated on the building of these excellent new homes. We were pleased to advise them throughout the construction process.”