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"Deck access" flats. Are they worth it?
in House buying, renting & selling
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I agree with your point regarding good value for money. Some of these ex LA are really spacious in comparison to their new build counter parts. The previous owner was living there with their wife and kids but now they plan to move out to leafier parts of outer London.
Thanks for your comments.
adjective. (of a block of flats) having a continuous inset balcony at each level onto which the front door of each flat on that level opens.