The existing outdoor space comprised of dated gardens as the house had been separate dwellings. Now one home, the new garden reflects this with obsolete walls, parking areas and enclosed spaces replaced with a unified garden suited to the client. An extensive sunken dining and entertaining terrace is located close to the house, with a barbeque area and space for a hot tub. A path leads beneath an oak pergola to the games room, wildflowers and a woodland garden, with water feature and bespoke bench. The design and naturalistic planting enhances views to the rural landscape.
Porcelain, clay pavers, Brick walls, Slate coping, oak sleepers, Millboard Decking, black Basalt gravel, Mild steel edging, Foras water feature, Quercus fencing, cast iron drainage grates, steel and Iroko bespoke sunken seat
Award winning Andrea Newill Garden Design has been designing gardens for over twenty years. Client’s ideas are expertly interpreted to create a garden that complements the style of the house and sits comfortably within the surrounding landscape. The focus is on practicalities like budget and build quality aiming to deliver a new garden that meets and surpasses expectations.