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Gardens with a view Contemporary Landscape, Burlington

Numerous amenities are allowed for around this cabin thanks to a carefully orchestrated landscape design. A screened room for eating and sleeping, gardens, a fire pit, hot tub, and seating are all allowed for as a foreground to the breath-taking view.

Scott Wunderle
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emorysmith wrote:
how was this wall constructed? is it just stone and mortar or is there cement behind the stone? thanks!
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The walls are dry-laid 'ledge stone' From Vermont Stone Sales 802 263-9300
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walls look great! some of the best dry-stack natural stone work i've seen... Props to the installers!
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lindsayjo2 wrote:
Does anyone know what the shrubs with the purple flowers are? Thanks
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The purple perennials on the upper terrace are PEROVSKIA atriplicifolia 'Longin'
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east_r_r wrote:
Love the house. Is it possible to obtain more info on floor plan? - We are about to build on a hillside wooded lot and find the house and landscaping in this photo very appealing. Is it possible to find more details about the house itself? Thank you.
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Sorry, I don't have a copy of the architectural drawings for the house.
If you're building on a hillside I'd suggest hiring a landscape architect.

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Ann Moarn wrote:
Love the railing- is this custom? - we are in need of replacing our log railing of our deck- (logs are rotting) very interested in the source of the metal railing. Thanks, Ann
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The railing is cold-rolled, painted, steel tubing. It was a compliment to the open views, and mountainous terrain.
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tremontrd wrote:
what size of screen - what size is the screen panels on your porch? we can only find screen 5 feet wide. We would love not to have to seam it.
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The panels are just under 4' wide. Good luck with your search!
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emorysmith wrote:
also, what kind of stone was used? thanks again!
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Ledge stone from Vermont Stone sales


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Olander Garden Design added this to Garden Walls: Dry-Stacked Stone Walls Keep Their Place in the Garden
It’s necessary to use what are called tie rocks, or through stones, that extend through the full wall about every 2 feet. These stones provide structural support by connecting the two sides together.Shown: A dry-stacked Vermont ledgestone wall

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Love the y’all wall! Remember the through stones!

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