This garden is on a corner plot, wrapping around the house on all sides As you can see from the before images, the back garden had been damaged by the building of an extension with wrap around terrace.
The house is a Mid-Century split level property, in Bromley, with the garden arranged over two levels. Used by a family, comprising of two adults, one friendly dog, and
This is a very small courtyard garden project, with a side return and small area at the back of the house. However it does benefit from a surprising amount of sunshine, despite being surrounded by houses on all sides.
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