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The Best Residential Buildings With Rooftop Gardens





In London, finding quiet green spaces can be a struggle.

Alternative to having access to a balcony, or even perhaps your own private garden, a rooftop garden can be a perfect way of utilising empty space. Not only do the rooftops reveal the best panoramas of London, they can often provide solitude away from the boisterousness nature of the below streets.

It has been recorded that London now holds 371 acres on just rooftops alone. In a bid to combat climate change, architects have employed elevated rooftops into everyday design. 

Living in apartment buildings can make it difficult to entertain guests at the risk of noise complaints. By residing in a property with private access to a rooftop garden, this space is at your disposal. The limit of guest numbers can be dramatically increased due to vast space & lack of close neighbours. Some residences even provide BBQ’s, communal gardens & exercise or leisure activities in these desirable outdoor areas.



We thought we would mention a few residential buildings that supply the tenants & owners with exquisite roof gardens:



The Post Building, WC1A


Embassy Gardens, SW11


Fulham Riverside, SW6
 

Islington Square, N1



Battersea Roof Gardens, SW11