Front Yard Renovation Brings Tudor Home Into 21st Century

With overgrown shrubs, struggling groundcover and not even a whisper of a lawn, this home was in desperate need of a plan!
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A handsome stone driveway pier marks the exit to the circular driveway.
“Like pier with a light on top” — amburrell
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At the entrance of the circular driveway is a new stone pier with lamppost and house marker.
“Lamppost with house marker.” — Cristina Zulaika
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A view of the final landscape as seen from the main road. A neatly manicured front island sets the scene with 3 american hornbeam trees, a tidy row of boxwood, a lush panel of lawn, and 2 stone piers to mark the entrance and exit.
“Lamppost” — mwaraas
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“Stone base, arm on post” — seanscottusa
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This tudor style home regains its former glory. A mixture of ferns, astilbe, hydrangea, boxwood and viburnum (among others) will provide a lush understory in just a few weeks, accenting the mature oak trees.
“everything” — porter52
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