We are so proud of the gardens and architecture we create. Below are some of the projects we have completed and a little more detail on how we achieved this and how long the team were working on them for.
Large new lawns front of house, new lawns up the hill & 1.2km square of Spring meadows installed.
Heavy groundworks regrading the upper bank and then making flowing terraces down from the main front lawn for the Spring meadows down to the lowest level of the garden running into the countryside beyond.
Lower-level seating area with Clad walls, Water blade and pool style water feature dropping into pebbles below and vanishing into the ground seemingly.
Large expansive front terrace and side pathways leading up through extensively planted Oak sleeper retaining beds, leading to guest house and Millboard decking terrace, which then leads up to day bed and hot tub overlooking the coast to enjoy the gardens’ view and extended landscaped and cost beyond.
Pathways in behind guest house in gravel, leading back around to the new tarmac parking area in front of new garages constructed, leading down to the main driveway in tarmac with new edges, with parking area in gravel to the left-hand side of the driveway and full automated gates front of house.
Gravel driveway area with Oak sleeper steps , gravel treads leading back up to main level of garden, wrapping around front of house in gravel pathways with new Oak sleeper edgings and into a front of house courtyard entrance to main house in matching gravel.
Front terrace has David Harber water feature – ‘Dark Planet’ centralised to lower-level water feature making it seem as if a stream is running underground to the lower water feature with water then coming out of water blade on lower level and seemingly vanishing, adding mystery, curiosity and subtle intrigue into the garden.
Front terrace also has locally made bespoke anthracite grey steel veranda.
Lighting plan and installation of this plan so the garden can be enjoyed and viewed at night-time if required.