A raised flower bed with a cement bird bath adds curb appeal to this brick home featured on HGTV's Buying and Selling. Low-maintenance landscaping around the walkway created a charming entrance to this one-story home with a two-car garage.
This converted 1920s garage doubles as apartment space for visiting guests as well as a workspace for the owner. Much of the space, including door hardware and the concrete flooring, were left as-is, but the termite-damaged door frames had to be replaced.
This lovely split-level home blends in beautifully with the trees and lawn around it, thanks to its soft gray-green siding. The stone facade and steps provide a touch of nature while the carriage-style garage doors and elegant wood front door add a bit of Craftsman charm.
This Ontario, CA, Victorian farmhouse is located on serene, rolling countryside with plenty of architectural details and spectacular landscaping. Only an hour from downtown Toronto, the home offers tranquillity with 160 acres of private property and breathtaking views of the organic garden in the distance.
This contemporary single-family home has dimension and personality, due to the multifaceted exterior. Peaked rooftops, varied window shapes and multiple materials add to the pleasing look of the house.
The flow and logistics of the house were re-oriented by adding a new front entry complete with post-and-beam construction and a metal roof. A two-car garage and concrete driveway complete the look of the exterior.
Angled roof panels and intriguing levels give this home exterior eye-catching shape. The white exterior walls are a bright contrast to the dark roof tone. A concrete driveway is partially split creating individual entry to the two-car garage.
HGTV Dream Home 2011's mountain-lodge style extends to the two-car garage. The exterior showcases an impressive gable end complete with eco-friendly poplar bark siding and hemlock timbers, cut and milled locally.