With layers of boxwoods, shrubs and pretty pink hydrangeas, this traditional home designed by Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners looks like something out of the Secret Garden. Further, the grand nature of the lawn accentuates the home's symmetrical architecture.
Even at a distance, this elegant Massachusetts estate is rich with visual interest. Trimmed hedges and boxwoods not only define the front yard, but also create a grand outdoor space that visitors can enjoy strolling through at night.
Plants don't just increase the property's natural beauty; they also help reduce noise pollution. With rows of hedges in their yard, the owners of this home can stifle the sounds of suburban traffic and enjoy a little more peace of mind.