To complement the Colonial architecture of this historic home, built in 1911, the garden is organized in French parterre style. The design is intended to act as a visual link between the house and its natural surroundings.
A formal garden provides a grand entry to this stunning estate with classic architecture. The overall theme of the house is reflected in all the landscape and hardscape spaces throughout the expansive property.
Backyard Sitting Area, Fireplace and Formal Garden
This backyard offers an outdoor fireplace for those cool nights, surrounded by covered seating benches. A formal garden with water fountain and trellis fill up the rest of this inviting backyard space.
A quaint, but luxurious Gothic Revival structure stands in the midst of modern high rises along Australia's Darling Point peninsula. The fully restored home features a luxury backyard retreat complete with an infinity-edge pool and spa.
The formal gardens that decorate the front of this historic Greek Revival home were actually included in the Smithsonian Archives. Guests who want to admire them can follow a stone path across the manicured lawn and through the trimmed hedges.
To ensure that their clients' home felt cohesive all around, the Deborah Cerbone Associates team continued those stone finishes into the backyard. Here, a stone wall with stairs creates a formal entry into the garden.