Check out our favourite gardens for the perfect egg hunt this Easter!

There is nothing more fun at Easter than hunting for eggs – of the chocolate kind of course! So if you are looking to move this spring and fancy a garden big enough, or with plenty of hidey-holes for an egg-cellent egg hunt, read on as we present a selection of our favourites currently on our books.

Meeting House Lane in Balsall Common is a beautifully presented Edwardian property originally dating back to between 1908-1912. It is one of the first five homes on Meeting House Lane in this popular village and inside the house oozes style and charm. But it’s the south facing garden at the back that is the real talking point. Bifold doors open out from the impressive kitchen onto an extensive patio area, a lovely well-kept lawn and plenty of shrubbery all of which provides lots of scope for hiding eggs of all sizes. Currently on the market for £1,350,000 this is egg-ceptional!

South Lodge near Binton is a gem. The house itself has been extended and comprehensively renovated, whilst retaining much of its character. As well as enjoying spectacular countryside views from inside the house, it has the most fantastic garden of approximately one acre in size that wraps part way round the house. With so many hiding places in and around the garden, an egg hunt here will keep the kids, young and old, on their toes. On at £900,000 this is egg-xtra special!

Feldon Way off the Banbury Road in Stratford is a modern and deceptively spacious detached family home. Egg hunts here can utilise the front garden which overlooks a landscaped nature area and the side access which leads to a neatly landscaped lawned garden at the back. The borders, hedging and pergola offer an ideal opportunity to encourage those taking part to look up as well as down for Easter treats. On for £699,000 this has much to offer and it won’t be long before it’s snapped up.

This gorgeous cottage in Manor Road, Wickhamford has it all. Not only does it offer the opportunity to live in a beautiful and cosy thatched cottage in a stunning village, it also has the most amazing garden. At three quarters of an acre and set in a conservation area with stunning views all around, it is an absolute gem and includes various vegetable patches, trees, glasshouses and borders. You won’t be stuck for places to hide any eggs and will cover, quite literally, a lot of ground with any hunt here. This cracking property is on at £600,000 and won’t hang around for long.

In Windmill Way, Tysoe is this gorgeous and immaculately presented traditional four-bedroom home, Bramble End. With fabulous countryside views from the front and a beautifully manicured garden to the back, this house sits in a stunning location on the edge of the popular village. The gorgeous garden wraps round the side of the house and features some egg-cellent hiding places within the shrubs, borders, lattice fencing and trees. At offers over £525,000, this is one you won’t want to miss.

This deceptively spacious house in Chapel Lane, Aston Cantlow is a cracker and occupies a sizeable plot within the cul-de-sac. Inside it feels cosy with a feature open fireplace, a spacious kitchen and four bedrooms. Outside is just as appealing thanks to a beautifully landscaped back garden that features flower borders, trees and shrubs, a paved patio and pergola complete with trailing and climbing plants. It is also fully enclosed and is not directly overlooked so any egg hunt will be safe and secure for the little ones. At offers over £500,000 this is egg-xtra special!