A Fox Trace

The bluestone pathways are artistically patterned to create a tile like mosaic leading to the geometric design at the pathway pivot. The bluestone is offset with the lining of two different levels of various plants and perennials and depending on the season is accompanied by beautiful purples and whites. This beautiful entryway is truly accentuated by warm lighting that comes to life during the evening hours. The design continues to guide guests from the hand carved address stone passed the arborvitae lining the length of the driveway to lead guests to another geometric patterned bluestone pathway. The pathway is surrounded by layers of green textures which are accented by warm lights to make a focal point of the wide garden gate that leads guest to the backyard retreat.

The property is fully outlined with garden beds that keep with the same color scheme as seen in the front and side of house. The upper terrace is accessed by two sets of illuminated steps on respective sides of the garden. This area is clearly defined by the boxwoods that serve as additional structure adjacent to the bluestone walls. The firepit space can be reached by using the rustic bluestone stepping stones that are surrounded by ferns allowing the guests to get a sense that they are entering a secret garden. The variety of plantings accented by the geometric bluestone continue through this design keeping the flow from the front to the back.


South Side

Architect: Pantuso Architecture

General Contractor: LHI Construction

Interior Design: Mary Jack Design