Conte & Conte, LLC, a landscape architecture firm, is dedicated to enhancing the relationship between people and their natural environment. Our registered landscape architects are trained professionals. Applying both art and science to landscape design, Conte & Conte, LLC specializes in the planning and design of residential, and educational properties with the end goal of maximizing clients functional and aesthetic requirements.
We strive to provide highly personal service and unique design solutions intended to provide truly spectacular outdoor living environments.
After spending 20 years working together in the landscape construction industry, John & Kim Conte founded Conte & Conte, LLC in 1997. Combining their talents and their successes in the field of landscape construction, they have built a design firm that is a powerful combination of creative design solutions and highly effective project implementation.
This extraordinary combination of design/build skills is what sets Conte & Conte, LLC apart. Not just a drawing and a hand-off, but a full service, “get-the-job-done” mindset taking the client through the entire process of project Planning, Program Development, Site Design, and Project Construction.

Check out Fairfield House & Garden Co, our sister company for landscape contracting.

Service Provided
Program & Budget Development, Building & Structure Siting, Vehicular & Pedestrian Circulation, Landscape Design & Materials Selection, Garden Furniture Acquisition, Garden Sculpture Acquisition, Plant Selection, Cost Analysis, Layout Plans, Cost Analysis, Layout Plans, Grading & Drainage Plans, Planting Plans, Lighting Plans, Construction Specifications, Construction Cost Estimates

Area Served
We have registered landscape architects in both Connecticut & New York. We tend to work specifically in Fairfield & Westchester Counties. We have office locations in Greenwich, CT and Bedford, NY.
Landscape Architects with offices in Greenwich, CT and Bedford, NY
Contact: John Conte
28 Langhorne Lane
Greenwich, CT 06831
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Commented: Very nice but what comes up next? Tulips and grape hyacinth only last In the summer the planting beds are converted into a veggie garden. Thank you for your interest!
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Commented: What stone is on the steps and is it slippery? Hi Jackie, This is NY full color range natural cleft bluestone. It is one of the most durable natural stones and will withstand any climate, even the harsh New England winters. Natural bluestone has a...
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