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    It was a huge rectangular balcony with at least three hundred square feet.

    For the sentence It was a huge rectangular balcony with at least three hundred square feet, I think it can be grammatical, but can be better; I would use OF instead of WITH; but I also feel OF is not the right word....

    Could anyone shed light on it?

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    Re: It was a huge rectangular balcony with at least three hundred square feet.

    "Of" is certainly better that "with". How about "measuring"?
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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