Bold sprays of water turn this backyard pool into a water feature. The modern, clean-lined home in Texas hill country features a spacious covered patio and a cupola with views of the surrounding countryside.
The exterior of this stunning Beverly Hills estate was renovated to add a more contemporary feel. The house boasts over ten sets of French doors and large glass windows let in plenty of natural light. Glass railings are added to the balconies to give that contemporary element.
This dramatic, elevated infinity pool and spa rest beside a cozy outdoor room with a fireplace and comfortable seating. The hillside entertaining space features dramatic, sweeping views of the Los Angeles landscape.
Malvern Hills Rambler is a glorious, repeat-blooming rambler rose that produces large clusters of small, double, soft yellow flowers. It is very healthy and reliable, with strong slender stems with small polished leaves and few thorns. It is a versatile climber, 10 to 12 ft tall, perfect for a pergola, small arbor, trellis or wall. The fragrance is a Noisette scent.
Sited in a natural clearing of a huge grove of aspen trees between the Teton Range and the Snake River in northwestern Wyoming, this home mixes natural water courses with man-made water features that highlight the landscape.
Lush landscaping adds privacy to this 3.5-acre luxury estate at the heart of Beverly Hills. The main structure of the Mediterranean-style home, with its salmon-hued facade, is tucked into the rolling terrain, with manicured gardens surrounding a multitude of outdoor living spaces. The home, built in 1927 and dubbed The Beverly House, features 19 bedrooms and 29 baths.
Check out this stunning piece of history: Commissioned in 1904 by Chester S. Morey with Fisher and Fisher Architects, this graceful mansion on Denver's Capitol Hill was a wedding gift for Morey's daughter, Mary. The property includes over 15,000 square feet of beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens.
Built back in 1937, this elegant estate in Beverly Hills, Calif., pairs European charm with Hollywood glamour. More specifically, the home once belonged to Hollywood's super-agent, Ed Limato, and has an interior that's steeped in stardom.
The pink stucco gates, carvings, statuary and lush foliage give a hint at what's inside the walls of this stunning Beverly Hills property. An 800-foot winding drive leads to a 19-bedroom luxury home with rolling, manicured grounds. Named The Beverly House, the home was built in 1927 and designed by architect Gordon Kaufmann.
Adjacent to the petit salon, this limestone terrace has been transformed into a Tuscan fantasy garden with rolling hills and trees of varying heights. The landscape not only adds a refreshing touch of green to an otherwise urban setting, but also creates a forced perspective for the viewer.
Hopeless romantics will fall head over heels for this townhouse in Notting Hill, an idyllic neighborhood outside of London, England. Not only does the 3,002-square-foot home consist of four floors, but it also has direct access to Lansdowne Road and Lansdowne Crescent communal garden.