The front garden of this period property is its only outdoor space, so it has the dual function of providing a suitable setting for the Georgian façade combined with requirements usually associated with a back garden i.e. privacy, dining and relaxing space.
The elevated position of this garden creates a degree of natural privacy which is further enhanced by the installation of an evergreen variegated hedge. The hedge creates the perfect foil for the planted borders within the garden. Narrow planting strips bordering the central path and are formally planted with repeated box balls and the side borders widen as they reach the terrace to provide additional visual interest adjacent to the seating areas. Additional privacy is created terrace with bespoke painted trellis panels and climbing plants.
With no space for a garden shed, a storage bench has been designed to accommodate garden tools, equipment and garden paraphilandia.