Inspiration for a contemporary shade side yard stone landscaping in Seattle.

Spring Hill Residence

Contemporary Landscape, Seattle

- Completed: 1999-2000 - Project Location: Kirkland, WA - Project Size: 4,300 SF - Project Cost: $175/SF - Photographer: James Frederic Housel Designed and built as a speculative house, the Spring Hill Residence includes 4,300 square feet of living area and a detached garage and upper level unit located in the west of market area of Kirkland. Spring Hill Residence was selected as the September 2000 Seattle Times/AIA Home of the Month and was featured in the February 25, 2000 Pacific Northwest Magazine. Awarded Best Custom Residence by the Master Builders Association, 2001.
Inspiration for a contemporary shade side yard stone landscaping in Seattle. - Houzz

Questions About This Photo (5)

lisa_6569 wrote:September 30, 2012
  • sss18956
    6 years ago
    What a great looking landscape. It feels natural while still keeping some obvious detail. I love the clean cool look the plants and stones give off. I want to use some of these ides in my own backyard.
  • Sam Morrison
    6 years ago

    The grass on the left is Japanese Forest grass. Takes light and some shade. Easy to grow. Dies back in winter in colder climates, but comes back in spring.

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