Definition of garden flat in English:

garden flat

Line breaks: gar¦den flat

noun

A basement or ground floor flat which opens on to a garden.
More example sentences
  • I have a friend who, at 55, tired of devoting herself to good works and family in the country, carefully chose a garden flat in which she could stay even if she got shaky on her pins, and moved into London to have some fun.
  • Offers in excess of #575,000 are invited for the main house, and in excess of #175,000 for the garden flat.
  • We are eternally grateful to our neighbours, for making available their garden flat which had been purpose-built for a disabled person to live in.

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