Beverley businesswoman Niki Clappison made a life changing decision to move out of hospitality at the Barn House in Walkington and into property development, an option that has also given her the opportunity to pursue a career as a shamanic practitioner.
Niki left her hospitality career to pursue a calling, signalled by her shamanic work. Working with her builder and brother, Anthony Clappison, Niki’s initial designs were used in the plans and layout of this completely individual Eco new-build home.
The land of the property was located in the village of Kirkburn, just outside of Driffield and in just over 12 months the vision has become a reality and the result is an eco friendly five bedroom family home with an EPC of 89%, in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds, that will appeal to discerning buyers looking for an individual design.
Niki says: “The materials used to build the property are designed to achieve some of the highest standards of energy efficiency possible. It’s built using structural insulated panels; floors with a 150mm thick screed,with an underfloor heating system running from an air source heat pump and a mechanical ventilation and heat recovery system to keep the house warm and well ventilated in all weathers.”
The house is on the market for £475,000, Niki says:
“I am absolutely delighted with the completion of the house. My brother Anthony pays such attention to detail that he has helped me to create an original and individual property. It is everything I dreamed it would be and more. Now it is ready for the market and I am looking forward to continuing with further property projects.”
Jayne Morgan of Austin Brooks Estate Agency, is marketing the property. She says:
“Niki has not only created a beautiful family home, but she has brought to market a truly unique, individual ECO build home. Such properties are rarely available in East Yorkshire, so it’s a fantastic opportunity to make a great investment. The value of ECO homes are immediately increased by their ‘green’ status. The popularity and financial viability of this kind of property is constantly growing and so is the demand which correlates with a higher resale value.”
“This bespoke new-build has 5 double bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and is situated on a generous plot of land, with ample parking space and a large wooden summer house to the rear of the property that could also be used as an office. The house has the added benefit of south facing solar panels which will keep energy bills low for the significant future. Niki has done an amazing job in bringing her vision to life and I look froward to seeing what she comes up with next.”
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