When we are selecting property there are many factors to consider, location and view are often the top priorities. Ideally, the house would benefit from a prime location and would offer panoramic views from balcony or terrace over the city or surrounding landscapes. The orientation is very important as well and it can make a huge difference in terms of views.
In this collection of properties we tried to show you some of the most amazing views which you can admire and enjoy from perfect fitted balcony.
Leynar, Faroe Island
The house is placed in Leynar one of the most cozy village in the Faroes. The view is amazing and you can nothing is as relaxing as an evening on the balcony listening to the sounds of the sea and the splashing waves.
Carbis Bay, Cornwall
St Ives Bay glimmers through the glass balustrade of this balcony, but you don’t need to step outside to absorb the views. The conservatory and master bedroom above provide a front-row spectacle, and the living room lines up behind. There are panoramic terraces at the front and rear, and a segment of garden that belong to this three-bedroom flat. The block of six apartments sits in a no-through road, while the coastal path passes by on its way to the beach and to St Ives a mile along the shore.
Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
An architect Yukiharu Suzuki has designed the Sukiya House, a very modern looking home with a unique underground tunnel that also serves as a balcony from where you can enjoy amazing views.
This apartment block, cunningly disguised as a chalet, sits at the foot of Mont Blanc and snowy peaks rear beyond the wide wood balconies.
Sedge House, Eastbridge, Suffolk
The extremity of the vaulted living room is walled in glass and opens on to a glazed balcony so you can watch the farmland from your sofa. A second balcony overlooks marshes at the other end of the room. The property is on a protected nature reserve, resembles a giant beach hut and is eco-friendly.
The balcony, dangling over the Bay of Kotor, is almost a side issue. On it you can sunbathe side by side with sea and mountains
Tannery House, Shoreditch, London
It’s a pity the dramatic full-height windows open on to that most frustrating of inventions, a Juliet balcony. So no chance of sunbathing, but beyond the balustrade is urban drama, including the Shard and Gherkin piercing the clouds beyond the surrounding rooftops.