This midcentury ranch home sits on top of a hill, thus minimizing the view of structural roof items that would normally be visible. A large expanse of grass is broken up by large stones as well as a walkway made from large stone slabs.
The newly renovated home ultimately met all the criteria of homeowners Bill and Jody, including a wonderful and welcoming front porch that's large enough to accommodate a dining table and swinging porch bed.
Urban living feels ultra-glamorous in this five-story townhouse located on New York City's posh Upper East Side. The home comes with five bedrooms, five bathrooms and fun perks like a charming garden patio and a roof deck.
Who needs dry land to be at home and what could be better than waking up in a new place every day? This 40-foot-long vessel sleeps seven, offering enough space for the homeowners to have guests and can be seen only on HGTV’s House Hunters International.
See this drought-friendly planting palette of Mediterranean Spurge (Euphorbia characias), Society Garlic (Tulbaghia violacea), Italian Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) and the Italian Stone Pine (Pinus pinea).
This traditional home features a large front yard with detailed landscaping. The hedges creates a formal border around the yard, while the plant design inside features lots of flowing and inviting grass variations.
White stucco, terra cotta tile and lush foliage characterize this Mediterranean villa, making it a picture-perfect fit for its Porto Rafael setting. Native plants surround the three-building property, called Villa Bianca, that's located within steps of Porto Rafael's picturesque Piazzetta.
This so-charming Mediterranean home had lost its personality over years of remodels that didn't take advantage of the home's pretty architecture and location. The new owners gutted the house to the studs and created a warm, comfortable residence for their family of four.