Last week in Post Property, we reported how Richard and Judi have the best garden in the UK.

No, not the book-loving former daytime TV presenters, but Richard and Judi Green from Kings Heath.

They earned the accolade in a competition run by Fine and Country to find the country’s favourite garden.

Gardening expert and overall judge Martyn Cox praised their plot outside their home in Featherstone Road for being “chock-a-block with plants, a small lawn, a raised pond and a box parterre, with winding paths that add a sense of mystery – you really don’t know what’s around the corner”.

For house hunters who are searching for properties with beautiful back gardens, here are some with green and pleasant plots.

Patrick Road in Yardley

Extended traditional semi in Patrick Road, Yardley.
Extended traditional semi in Patrick Road, Yardley.

An extended traditional semi with many original features.

It has two reception rooms, large kitchen, bathroom and toilets up and down stairs.

The back garden is a particularly appealing feature of the property.

It is packed with a variety of mature shrubs and trees.

It is also a productive garden with a place to grow your own with fruit trees and vegetable plot.

There is a lush green lawn and goldfish pond/water feature.

£199,950
Steeles 0121 742 2000.

Jacey Road in Edgbaston

A beautifully presented five-bedroom family home in Jacey Road, Edgbaston.
A beautifully presented five-bedroom family home in Jacey Road, Edgbaston.

A beautifully presented five-bedroom family home in a quiet cul-de-sac with a stunning south facing garden.

Inside it has two reception rooms, kitchen and an office/gym.

Outside there is a Cotswold paved patio area overlooking all of the rear garden.

Spread over a third of an acre, it has a huge range of mature trees, shrubs, bushes, hedgerows, flower beds, rockeries and slate beds.

Various pathways, arbours and railway sleeper steps link different areas of the garden.

There is even space for play with climbing frames, slides, swings, soft bark areas and a tree house.

£535,000
Hunters 0121 647 4233.

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West Avenue in Handsworth Wood

The Dower House in West Avenue, Handsworth Wood, is a charming detached cottage built around 1760.
The Dower House in West Avenue, Handsworth Wood, is a charming detached cottage built around 1760.

The Dower House in West Avenue is a charming detached cottage built around 1760 and blending old world features together with contemporary influences.

It is approached through an immaculate mature side flower garden.

Inside there is a lounge and conservatory leading to a secondary side garden/courtyard among its three reception rooms, cottage-style kitchen and three bedrooms with planning permission to build two more.

The peaceful cottage garden is full of colour and interest, surrounded by flower beds, shrubs and trees.

£395,000
Paul Carr 0121 358 4444.

Bournes Green in Chaddesley Corbett

Spring Acres in Bournes Green, Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire.
Spring Acres in Bournes Green, Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire.

Spring Acres sits in two of them (acres) which are landscaped to stunning effect.

This very distinctive architect-designed residence has three reception rooms, one of them a 28ft dining hall, and five bedrooms.

One could easily spend a day exploring the gardens with their remarkable plant collections.

The front lawn is surrounded by firs, pines and rhododendrons.

The back garden is laid out in many rooms.

There are numerous rhododendrons, fossil trees, woodlands carpeted with flowers, four terraced areas for enjoying the sun and a rockery with path meandering between.

A Japanese-inspired water garden has three interconnecting tools, timber footbridge and 24 different types of acer in this area alone.

There is even space for a pony paddock/tennis court.

£995,000
Andrew Grant 01905 734735.

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