Romeo, Romeo? Giving a platform to homes with balconies

PUBLISHED: 16:43 23 November 2015 | UPDATED: 16:43 23 November 2015

The front of Woodcote, with its long balcony and American lodge feel

The front of Woodcote, with its long balcony and American lodge feel

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Our Top 3 this week looks at homes with balconies...

Church Crescent - a balconied townhouseChurch Crescent - a balconied townhouse

Harmer Dell, Welwyn

Guide price £1,250,000

If it’s a rural setting you’re seeking but with easy access to all amenities this home ticks a lot of boxes. The style is reminiscent of an American lodge, built over a variety of levels, with a balcony overlooking the gardens making a great outside entertaining area. Also includes a sun room, veranda, conservatory, garden room, indoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi.

Savills | 01582 465000 | savills.co.uk

Apartments typically have balconies, this one being contemporary and sleekApartments typically have balconies, this one being contemporary and sleek

Church Crescent, St Albans

£945,000

Arranged over 4 floors this beautifully proportioned accommodation includes 3 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, 2 modern bathrooms and a spacious kitchen/breakfast room. An office, utility, cloakroom, storm porch and entrance hall complete the picture inside. The house retains wood panelling, cornicing, stained glass windows and benefits from an elevated position and a mature leafy outlook set behind wrought iron railings.

Collinson Hall | 01727 843222 | collinsonhall.co.uk

Charrington Place, St Albans

Guide price £575,000

This contemporary apartment is spacious throughout with a superb open plan lounge, dining/kitchen area leading on to a balcony, a bathroom and 2 double bedrooms with an en suite. Allocated parking and a secure phone entry system also feature.

Aubrey & Finn | 01442 230400 | aubreyandfinn.co.uk


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