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The first and second phase of a three phase landscape renovation has been completed for this residence in Hot Springs. The first phase was the renovation of the front yard in coordination with the entry structure added to the house. New elements to the front of the property include new curbside parking, a new flagstone walk to the street, a winding flagstone walk to the driveway, a dry creek bed along the front of the house, and a lush planting palate that provides color and textural interest throughout the year.

The second phase of the project also coincided with an architectural addition to the rear of the house. The new central feature on this side of the house is a formal flagstone patio that seems to be floating above the adjacent hillside. A custom water feature in a copper clad recess is the focal point of the space and provides a small amount of white noise to the space. The adjacent hillside is a series of terraces with native and ornamental planting in massive drifts providing for year round interest.