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The most impressive element of the home is its main balcony and the view. One of two balconies, the east-facing one is large at seven feet by 14 feet – definitely big enough for a large barbecue and some comfortable seating, Ms. Baillie said. And in spring, it’s an immense private space, shrouded in greenery. “You feel like you’re sitting on top of the park,” she said.
The most impressive element of the home is its main balcony and the view. One of two balconies, the east-facing one is large at seven feet by 14 feet – definitely big enough for a large barbecue and some comfortable seating, Ms. Baillie said. And in spring, it’s an immense private space, shrouded in greenery. “You feel like you’re sitting on top of the park,” she said.

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