Project name:

COLGATE AVENUE

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TYPE OF PROJECT:

New Construction / Remodel

PROJECT BUDGET:

$150,000 - $200,000

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

This home was purchased as a new construction spec home in University Park, Texas. The landscape that came with the home had a great start. The front terrace was in place, and the street-side reclaimed brick wall, steps, and columns were also in place. The vegetation, however, was not showcasing the home's full potential and the backyard had not been developed at all. The new design included a monochromatic planting palette, in-ground spa and fountain, hardscape improvements, and a shaded seating area in the backyard.

PROJECT IMAGES:

Copper gas lantern sit atop brick columns and welcome guests from the street to the front entry.
The front porch is simple, elegant, understated and welcoming. Restoration Hardware zinc planters, copper gas lanterns, boxwood topiary, brick, and limestone create a comfortable palette for welcoming guests.
This beautiful carved limestone fountain doubles as a heated spa. The unique Zinc-coated copper water spouts were designed and furnished by Matthew Murrey Design.
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