23 May

Inspirational Gardens

Posted 23/05/2016 by: Reeds Rains

Inspirational Gardens

The Chelsea Flower Show is the most prestigious flower show in Britain, making it the place to see cutting-edge garden designs, new plants and discover ideas to take home and introduce to your home garden.*

To join in the excitement, Reeds Rains is highlighting a selection of properties with their own stunning gardens:

Meliden Road
When choosing their ideal garden, some people may look for a perfectly manicured lawn, landscaped borders and even an odd fountain or two thrown in. Others would be far happier relaxing in a more traditional setting - in a garden that perhaps reminds them of their childhood and which this lovely property in Prestatyn demonstrates.

Meliden Road

As the description highlights, this really is a place that families, in particular, will love with stunning gardens - amongst many other great features - that make this the perfect home for entertaining and every day family life. It’s the lovely lawn which  in summer, not only acts as a great mini football pitch, or space for a paddling pool, but also somewhere to place a sun lounger - in sun or shade - while relaxing after a hard day at work.

With apple trees, cast iron archways, a Secret Garden and space for more formal table and chairs for entertaining - surrounded by high hedges and well established flower borders - this really does offer a bit of everything in a traditional setting that has memories of an old family home and simply oozes appeal.

The Colonnades Albert Dock
For some, the ideal garden would be small and manageable, suitable for those people who don’t see themselves as a green fingered goddess. The thought of keeping a potted plant alive for a month could present a challenge which is where The Colonnades Albert Dock would be appealing.

It provides a communal garden, which means a shared responsibility with gardening tasks taking the pressure off one person. This wonderful duplex penthouse apartment offers plenty of room, 24 hour concierge and impressive views of Albert Dock, which can be enjoyed from the balcony. What more could you want?

Albert Dock

Hargill Lodge
The ideal garden may not be what you would call the ‘average’ garden, but in fact a huge paddock with room for a horse or two.  This four double bedroom detached property in Crook, with a 30ft lounge and 26ft garden room has it all, and offers fantastic equestrian facilities including eight stables an indoor arena and approximately 5.1 acres, just simply perfect. Perhaps not quite within the average person’s budget, but an aspiration to work towards.


Wythenshawe Road
A garden provides the place where you can relax and enjoy open views and Wythenshawe Road in Manchester offers a garden with lush green grass, neatly trimmed trees and an open space where the kids can run freely.

Wythenshawe Road

This is perfect for families as the first floor balcony provides a view of the entire garden making it easy to keep an eye on the kids while appreciating the tidy borders and flourishing trees.  

The garden also has built in seating making the ideal area to sit and enjoy a morning coffee while taking in the breath taking views of the garden.