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Its not everyday you get to stroll around some of the most private and exclusive gardens in London, but last weekend I did. Eccleston Square was one of the most interesting gardens of those I visited, with secret pathways, a tennis court and a cute greenhouse. The fleeting glances of Georgian architecture are clear indicators to the wealthy area the square lies within (located near Victoria & Pimlico). Locked away, hidden by trees and only usually open to residents; it was all very secret garden-esque. I must admit I became slightly obsessed with this hidden tennis court. I love exploring hidden green spaces in London, so I’m very glad Eccleston Square was included in this years Open Squares Weekend, allowing people to indulge in these secret spaces, if just for the day.



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  1. June 15, 2013

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