This classic New England Colonial features a striking exterior, with stone hardscaping, bluestone and ashlar granite retaining walls, and fresh spring bulbs, perennials, and shrubs leading to the entrance.
Here's an example of the contemporary edge with a fresh vibe and lighter, brighter look that most buyers want, even on the most classic Mediterranean homes, according to top Los Angeles realtors Branden and Rayni Williams of Williams & Williams.
A private garden area connects all of the interior spaces in this Manhattan penthouse to the outdoors to offer a serene, quiet space in the middle of the city. The design is balanced through a mix of industrial and organic hardscaping materials.
This midcentury modern ranch home features attractive hardscaping of gravel and stone slabs, as well as a grouping of cactus plants in the front. A narrow water creates the impression of a creek running in front of the home. The covered entry features a red French door and is lit by a Sputnik chandelier.
This stunning A-Frame home in Bend, Oregon, is just as beautiful on the outside as it is indoors. Large boulders act as a divider between the rest of the yard, with two concrete patios and floor-to-ceiling windows letting in lots of natural light and reflection.
This lavish backyard features a swimming pool with built-in waterfall feature and a fire pit area. Stone tile flooring surrounds the pool for a spacious feel within the bordering palm trees and tropical plant life. Lounge chairs offer poolside seating, and wicker chairs are placed around the fire pit.