Definition of garden apartment in English:

garden apartment

Syllabification: gar·den a·part·ment


  • 1A low-rise apartment complex with landscaped gardens or lawns.
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    • Built in 1911 as a European-style garden apartment complex, the Bain (once the Riverdale Courts apartments) became one of Ontario's first co-ops in 1977.
    • He and his family all lived in the garden apartment, and his mother lived nearby.
    • His apartment opened unto a courtyard, shared by his garden apartment neighbors.
  • 2A ground-floor unit of an apartment building, with access to a garden or lawn.
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    • The Company has executed a non-contingent contract to purchase 600 garden apartment units in the Harrisburg, PA. market.
    • Ground floor or garden apartments have French windows leading out to their own patio areas.
    • Names are also being taken for the three-bed duplex units and the two-bed garden apartments, which are due to be launched soon.

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