Irregular bluestone encircles a young Redbud within the walled garden. Brick walls are built on grade beam and frost pier foundations and illuminated columns help define the garden, which contains three of the home's eight egress points. New porches were constructed at each entry.
The home's curb appeal is markedly improved with all new siding, fresh paint, new porch posts and railings and upgraded landscaping. Among the appealing aspects of this older Hillsboro neighborhood are the large lots, wide streets and vintage homes built mainly in the early 20th century.
The entrance to your driveway should be in keeping with the property, but also with the setting. Here, the iron gates and stone columns fit in beautifully with the style of the house, and the soft landscape completes the look.
All along the upper and lower levels, glass doors pull back to make the transition between indoors and out seamless. On the lower level, a large patio extends out beyond the house for ultimate outdoor entertaining.
This lovely Tudor home radiates with personality through the use of prestigious brick and gray shingles. The white trim adds style to the outlines while terraced, stone landscaping adds style and excitement.