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Deteriorating railroad tie steps to the front door made the walk to this Danville residence unsafe. This front yard hillside project now has a front entrance with new paving and masonry materials that blend seamlessly with the architectural style of the home. The layout has an easier flow and visually connects guests to the front door as they pull into their new drive court. The new landscape is covered with colorful, drought tolerant plants which creates a beautiful hillside mosaic and a secret pathway and water feature invite people to stroll into the backyard where more landscape surprises await.

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San Ramon Tuscan

This San Ramon residential property has been completely transformed from front to back. The gas…

Lafayette Family Friendly

This family friendly backyard is perfect for playing and entertaining groups of all ages. Surrounded…

Blackhawk Elegance

SFLA expanded the master bedroom balcony and anchored it with elegant Tuscan columns. The columns…

Dublin Modern Elegance

Every square foot of this backyard has been transformed into a fun and useful outdoor…

San Ramon Hills View

When wild boars ravaged this property adjacent to Bishop Ranch Open Space, the owners contacted…

Kalich - Boulder fountain, Japanese maple tree, native planting, stamped concrete

San Ramon Hillside Gem

In 2015 severe drought and incentives for lawn and irrigation conversion from EBMUD made it…

Danville Entrance Appeal

Deteriorating railroad tie steps to the front door made the walk to this Danville residence…

Ruby Hill Luxury

Views to the golf course below and hills beyond provided the perfect reason for this…

Danville Waterfall

Though a beautiful hillside studded with majestic native Oak trees, this Danville backyard was underused…

Orinda Craftsman

This Orinda homeowner wished to renovate their 50’s style ranch home into a Craftsman style…

Kalich - Boulder fountain, Japanese maple tree, native planting, stamped concrete

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