Thanks to sleek landscape lights, the gravel driveway is visible even at night. Tall palms and other trees line the sides of the drive and ensure that guests stay on course until they've reached the front gate.
Identical stone columns and a charming wood gate invite visitors to step inside this sprawling Virginia estate. Follow the granite cobble driveway past the lawn and take in views of the local vegetation.
An elegant wrought iron gate leads to a long driveway up to a spectacular one-of-a-kind stone chateau built by European artisans. The home is four stories and features five bedrooms, including a master suite, and five bathrooms.
The gorgeous and unique pattern on this Colonial home in France is an intriguing twist on traditional brick. An ornamental wrought iron gate is the perfect entrance detail decorating the natural gravel driveway and short, weathered-brick walls lining the sidewalk.
Pretty products to enhance your driveway include a small garden fence. The Emsco Victorian Fleur De Lis Garden Fence has a classic gate design, is made of rust-free resin and interlocks to curve around a driveway.
A sprawling, two-acre Rancho Sante Fe estate as seen from above. The view highlights the five-bedroom, seven-bath home surrounded by lush landscaping, a long, driveway, massive swimming pool and private gated fencing.
The entrance to your driveway should be in keeping with the property, but also with the setting. Here, the iron gates and stone columns fit in beautifully with the style of the house, and the soft landscape completes the look.
A water feature adorns the motor court of this sprawling Beverly Hills estate, which encompasses 3.5 acres and includes an 800-foot driveway accessed via beautiful wrought iron gates. The 19-bedroom home was designed by Gordon Kaufmann.
An expansive brick driveway leads to this sleek, contemporary home in Reno, which features a seven-car garage. The home rests on nearly seven acres in an exclusive gated community. The crisp, geometric and low-slung lines of the architecture fit the rugged desert landscape.
This seven-bedroom Atlanta, Georgia, home features a gated 1.5-acre lot located on a quiet cul-de-sac with view of two lakes. A cobbled driveway and wooden garage doors lend to the quiet country manor style of the home.
Ivy-covered walls and a stone entryway gate with rustic wooden doors makes a grand first impression to this Tuscan villa. In the center of the gravel driveway is a beautiful grouping of ornamental grasses and a tree, while small trees planted in oversized urns line the wall.
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.
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.