garden flat


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garden apartment

1. Ground-floor apartment with access to a garden or other adjacent outdoor space.
2. Two- or three-story apartment buildings with communal gardens, generally located in the suburbs.
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Charlie Brandstatter, manager at Dexters Westbourne Grove, says: "This attractive garden flat makes for the perfect London pied-a-terre or home for a young professional.
Nicky said: "Aberdeen's Union Street is only a 15-minute walk away giving access to the city centres wealth of shops, 2 Queens Gate, aberdeen | Description: One-bedroom garden flat forming part of a granite property.
Sarah Merry, a Labour councillor for Cathays, said plans for the garden flat on Rhymney Terrace were "the kind of thing you see in London".
Marcus and his fashionable wife, Liana (Dagmara Dominczyk), live in understated elegance, while dowdy Dore (Ann Dowd), the birth mother he's never met, inhabits a shabby garden flat that hasn't been updated since the 1970s.
According to the details, Moon Garden flat is built on railway's land in Gulistan-e-Johar, Karachi.
In addition to the main property there is a garden flat and charming coach house set to the rear of the dwelling, both of which are accessible via a courtyard garden.
The prize at stake was a 4-night stay for two in a well-appointed Garden View Cabana or Garden Flat at Singing Sands Inn, as well as breakfast daily and airstrip transfers between the Placencia airstrip and Singing Sands Inn.
The Welsh actor will appear alongside Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi in Vicious - a new comedy about a gay couple, Freddie and Stuart, who have lived together in the same Covent Garden flat for 50 years.
She lives with her husband Jonnie and two sons, Rothko, 22, and Louis, 13, in the garden flat of a Victorian house in west London.
"We were amateurs," Price told, sitting on a sofa at his garden flat in Hampstead, north London and looking in good shape for an octogenarian.
They briefly saw the garden flat where defendant Vincent Tabak lived before spending 22 minutes next door at Miss Yeates's home.
Mr Hemming (Lib Dem Yardley) k out a pounds 200,000 mortgage on a Covent Garden flat and used the cash to pay off what he owed on offices in Alcester Road, Moseley.