Does your garden really offer a peaceful sanctuary after a busy and stressful day? Gardens come can come in all shapes and sizes, but the most important thing is that it works for you and your needs.
Gardening has long been associated with getting back to our roots, perhaps its the connection with touching the earth and nurturing that makes us feel more in harmony with our surroundings.
As our lives get busier and seemingly more stressful many of us are recognising that our garden can offer us that timeout, a ‘zen’ moment that we really need in order to put some order back into our thoughts.
Homeowners are introducing the latest technology to create a seamless line between the outside and the inside, which blurs the division between being inside or out. Undercover garden rooms have also been gaining in popularity, as they offer somewhere for any weather condition. A shift away from the confines of summer house and conservatories. This new way of appreciating just being outside in comfort and shelter really is a good way to soak up the peace and tranquillity a garden can offer.
This three bedroom property in Harlow has the most wonderful garden retreat. Blossoming flowers, mature plants and fauna give a peaceful feel, the perfect place to escape after a busy day. Located within a mile of Roydon Station and easy reach of the High Street is the stunning and very well presented three bedroom semi detached house. The property has been extended and offers generous accommodation with a ground floor cloakroom, utility, two reception rooms, large kitchen/diner and a beautiful established garden to the front, side and rear. This property must be viewed to be appreciated. EPC Band D