In the front of the house, there is an aged brass pineapple above the front door on the middle dormer. Did you notice the brass snow guards on the slate roof? How about the stone retaining wall beside the driveway?
Were you drawn in by the charming gate welcoming you up the flagstone path?
Less conspicuous, in the front of the home, are the copper gutter and the adorable mini-house for the garden hose.
After appreciating the details in front, you can circle around the house and see a handmade wooden water gutter
and a tiny vine making a wonderful design on the aged brick side of the house.
Come on back, because you will want to peak into the backyard. As you swing open the garden gate, be sure to see the bouquet of irises carved into the aged wood surface.
To the left in the backyard, aged boxwood give privacy. Isn't the stone statue a wonderful focal point?
In the center of the backyard fence-line are more boxwoods and some gorgeous specimen trees.
To the right, is a low brick-border wall delineating a flower bed.
How charming is the oxidized copper overhang, the lap-hinged door, and the trellis inviting you into the garage?
Notice how the back stairwell fencing mirrors the pattern of the gate in the front of the house.
Beside the house, a flagstone terrace is perfect for alfresco dining!
Before the meal, beverages are served on the redwood deck.
That is all of the garden tour, but as you leave take note of the row of mini boxwood.
Finally, don't miss the shingle-roofed mail box on your way out of the drive.
We hope these charming details will encourage you to come back soon.