Due to the decline in the property, the front walkways and landscape had to be designed and built to help transition the grade. Curb appeal from the road is created with a professionally maintained front lawn.
The beautiful luxury home in Sagaponack, New York is cozy in style, grand in detail. In addition to seven bedrooms, it also includes an exercise room, massage room, home theater, pool and tennis court!
The approach to this midcentury modern home takes you through a long expanse of velvety green lawn. The house itself is set back a bit, nestled in amongst trees, allowing visitors to take in the full vista as they walk up.
A front yard badly needs some curb appeal but there is plenty of potential here. A new lawn with an attractive border design will soon distract the eye from the bare brick walls and a few lonely boxwoods.
The warm-toned exterior of this brick home is a beautiful color pairing with the natural green hues of the pristine front lawn and planted trees and shrubs. Yellow shutters, window frames and front door add a soft touch of color.
In constructing the gardens of this home, landscape designers employed strategies to make the look appealing in any season. One example: Limelight Hydrangeas were placed in pockets so that when they die back, there's not a noticeable empty spot.
Instead of a front lawn, which requires lots of water, landscape designers planned a simple, green-on-green garden mulched in pea gravel. A Stewartia is the focal point. Irregular stepping stones help soften the crisp angles of the house.