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Home selling points for 2023 – gardens

05 September 2022 / Buying

Covid has made what makes a good home different. Lockdowns meant
larger gardens, balconies and interior spaces were called for and these
considerations have stuck.

Our mental and physical health is dependent on our natural surroundings. 2022
saw buyers move towards open-plan layouts and spacious gardens as home-
work space became the new priority.

“Covid had a huge impact on how we perceive a ‘good’ home,” says Kieran
McCloud, Head of Marketing at Stirling Ackroyd. “Buyers are more granular
about what they are looking for in a house or flat, with maximum space, greenery
and flexibility in design key new elements.”

A great example of a home that ticks these boxes is this four double bedroom
detached house in Woodham.

Not only does it have a large green space wrapped right around the house, but a
lovely garden studio to boot.

If you are looking to sell you property or buy a new home in the months
ahead, click here to speak to Stirling Ackroyd.

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