This elegant town house on many levels required a garden that worked with the architecture and provided seating in different areas.
The basement was extended to provide a kitchen and dining room. A stepped solution avoided tall retaining walls. An old Apple tree was kept and is viewed from the first floor sitting room, whilst retention of a large Silver Birch tree screens the house beyond and provides another seating area.
Limestone was used for the main terraces and porous resin bound gravel around the Birch.
Garden on Four Levels
September 2014 -