A brick driveway and lush landscaping welcomes you to this European-style manor home located in Dallas, Texas. This 13,000-square foot home includes six bedrooms and grounds with a four-car garage, pool with fountains and diving platform, koi pond and fire pit area.
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The stunning architecture of this contemporary home is accented in the evening light with indoor light flooding the windows. A floating staircase with glass railing leads from a stone driveway to double front door entrance. Lighting under the overhang of each floor and staircase lighting help highlight the beautiful shape of the home.
Large pavers create a driveway and walkway around this contemporary micro house. A welcoming porch surround the house adding more living space, complete with a bright orange dining area. A bright yellow front door adds a touch of color the gray exterior of the home.
A smooth stone driveway leads right to the barn, allowing the owners to pull up their trailer and easily transport their horses on the weekends. Thanks to a little window to the left, the horses can peer out while they wait to be loaded.
The landscape of this home with cedar shingle siding emphasizes a natural and pastoral feel through the use of stone and a simple planting palette. A neutral gravel driveway complements the grey tones of the home, while the vibrant green gardens provide a backdrop for the home to stand out from.
A concrete walkway leads from the driveway, around the sharp corner of the house, and ends at a small patio and door entry. A mix of vertical and horizontal white siding, wood siding and stone creates an intriguing finish over the exterior. Slanted roof sections over the levels in the architecture gives the home unique shape.
This classic colonial home sits on 1.65 acres in Fairfield, Connecticut. Boasting a white exterior and gray shingle roof, the home features two red brick chimneys and a front-of-house driveway. The barn style pool house is located just behind the home, providing an extra spot for guests or for simply relaxing before heading outdoors.
A gated driveway leads to an one-of-a-kind stone chateau built by European artisans in Senneville, Quebec. Opulence and comfort extends throughout the four levels, including a four-story tower that opens to the living room, a library, elaborate kitchen and bathroom with sauna.
A front courtyard doubles as an opportunity to enhance curb appeal and define the entry sequence as a unique experience. A concrete walkway steps up from the driveway and meets in the front yard to move toward the front door. Uncovered windows allow the warm indoor lighting to be visible outside connecting the interior and exterior.
A polished concrete driveway sets the tone for this mountain home, striking a beautiful balance between modern design and raw natural materials. As guests follow the limestone walkway to the front of the house, they'll spy fresh greenery, stone retaining walls and a chic wood exterior.
This beautiful home nestled in a suburb of Washington D.C. was renovated to include a backyard that boasts function, style and elegance. Including a stone paver driveway for style and durability, a wood deck, pavilion, outdoor dining space, swimming pool and spa, this outdoor space is everything this family needs to enjoy a day outside with family and friends.
A gravel driveway guides visitors through the front gate and to the formal motor court,
where there's plenty of space to park their cars. Straight ahead, they'll see the Spanish tile roof, sweeping balconies and archways that comprise the main house, as well as a matching garage on the right.
Situated on two acres of land, this gorgeous Cape Cod-style home with Victorian influences is approximately 7,000 square feet and includes stunning views of the sea. A stone-laid driveway both leads guests to the front entrance and adds a touch of elegance to the property.
Beautiful planting beds curve toward the house, pointing the way to a wow of an upgraded entrance. Designer John Gidding built an expanded deck to encompass much more of the house and give it a modern profile, then painted the brick a soothing green. Arching walkways help anchor the home into the landscape and give people somewhere to walk besides the driveway.
A pristine tiled fountain rests at the center of a wide motor court that provides auto access to this sprawling Mediterranean-style estate. Named The Beverly House, the luxurious property was built in 1927 and designed by architect Gordon Kaufmann. An 800-foot driveway leads to this courtyard, winding through the manicured grounds.
In the back of the home, a private driveway leads into an attached garage with elegant wood doors. Raised flower beds set into large, stone retaining walls give the exterior of the space color and an elegantly manicured look. The two raised beds break at a wrought iron gate that opens to reveal the private courtyard that leads into the home from the rear.
Naturally dwarf, Mr. Bowling Ball arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Bobazam’) grows in a spherical shape. Plants never need pruning, topping out at a tidy 30 inches tall and wide. Use Mr. Bowling Ball as a path or driveway edging, foundation planting or container plant in the warmer end of its range. Hardy in Zones 3-8.