Wednesday, September 02, 2020

Househunting for a garden office

It's strange having written about the benefits of garden offices for the last 14 years to suddenly see mainstream media finally getting the message without me badgering them all the time. The latest to see the light appears to be The Spectator with a piece 'The rise of the garden office: 8 properties with a bespoke work space'. It includes this architect-designed garden office in Clapham at the end of an 84ft garden, previously used as an artist's studio and on the market (including London townhouse) with Mr and Mrs Clarke for £780,000.

But what's also reassuring is that rather than simply scout around London for examples as most of the London-based media tends to do, the article ventures further afield, to Leamington Spa, Dumfries and Galloway, Durham, and Pembrokeshire (though the prices are a bit eye-watering for most). Anyway, worth a look.


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