Curb Appeal: Rock Wall Leads to Manicured Lawn

Bordered by a low rock wall, this Massachussetts estate impresses with its manicured lawn and beautiful landscaping. A stone-paved driveway passes by the lawn and a tennis court, with stone pavers continuing the path to the front door.

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Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Photo By: Photography: Rosemary Fletcher; Architect: Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners, LLC; Mason: Santine DiFlaminio of Vintage Masonry; Builder: McKay Construction -Hingham, MA

Front Lawn Features Charming Rock Wall

A low-level wall designed by Santine Deflaminio of Vintage Masonry not only marks the perimeter of this residence in Massachusetts, but also showcases views of its gorgeous landscaping.
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Paved Driveway Protects Landscaping

A paved driveway guides visitors past a tennis court to a dedicated spot for parking. In turn, the sprawling front yard remains lush and untouched.
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Elegant Estate Encourages Evening Strolls

Even at a distance, this elegant Massachusetts estate is rich with visual interest. Trimmed hedges and boxwoods not only define the front yard, but also create a grand outdoor space that visitors can enjoy strolling through at night.
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Traditional Home Boasts Beautiful Symmetry

With layers of boxwoods, shrubs and pretty pink hydrangeas, this traditional home designed by Richard Seaberg of RS Architectural Partners looks like something out of the Secret Garden. Further, the grand nature of the lawn accentuates the home's symmetrical architecture.
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Estate Positively Shines at Night

Landscape lights increase the home's visibility at night, as well as showcase the yard's various trees and plants. In turn, these natural features almost become works of art.
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Lanterns, Stone Path Guide Visitors Inside

Twin lanterns illuminate the home's main entrance at night, helping to guide visitors safely inside. Meanwhile, glass windows transform a typical wood door into a show-stopping visual.
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Four White Columns Mark Main Entrance

With neutral stone siding, the exterior of this traditional home easily complements the yard's retaining wall. Meanwhile, four tall white columns create a cool visual contrast.
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Front Door Ready for Any Weather

A closer look at the home's front door reveals a little black lantern, which keeps the space bright at night. Meanwhile, an overhang above provides shade from the sun or shelter from the rain, depending on the day.
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Plants Create Natural Boundaries

Plants don't just increase the property's natural beauty; they also help reduce noise pollution. With rows of hedges in their yard, the owners of this home can stifle the sounds of suburban traffic and enjoy a little more peace of mind.
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Trimmed Hedges and Trees Create Enchanting Entry

As if this home weren't lovely enough, trimmed hedges and small trees create an enchanting formal entry. Stone columns topped with lanterns illuminate the way in the evening.
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Windows Boast Views of Hydrangeas

Little windows overlook a tranquil garden area, allowing the owners to enjoy the sight of their hydrangea bushes, even from inside.
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Rock Wall Separates Driveway, Front Walk

To visually delineate the driveway from the front walkway, Santine Deflaminio of Vintage Masonry built a rock wall between the two features. Shrubs on top add extra height and definition.
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Walkway Lined With Boxwoods, Hydrangeas

Those stone pavers extend to the home's main entrance, where beautiful boxwoods flank the walk on either side. Here, hydrangeas and other plants add a pretty pop of color as well.
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Traditional Home Overlooks North River

Because this stately home is set along the North River, the landscape architects also installed stone steps that would allow their clients to walk right by the water. Shrubs and other plants line the path and offer additional natural texture.
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Backyard Rich With Greenery, Flowers

The back of the house is just as lovely as the front, with more hedges and flowers decorating the yard's natural slope. Balconies in the distance encourage the owners to soak up cool breezes and views of this outdoor space at sunset.
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