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Garden apartments. What are they?

How are garden apartments different from normal ones?

Asked on Jun 15 2016, New Homes in London | Report content

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  • Hi there, Garden apartments don't necessarily have gardens. The term refers to flats with landscaped grounds surrounding them. The apartment building itself is usually low-rise as well, while most garden apartments tend to be more modern buildings. Many thanks, Dan

    Answered on Jun 16 2016, Report content
  • A marketing persons fancy name for a ground-floor flat with a garden (probably the size of a pocket handkerchief and covered in decking)

    Answered on Jun 16 2016, Report content

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