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One South Minneapolis couple wanted some kind of sport right out their back door. Another Minnesota family preferred a putting green to a basketball court, while an Eagan family couldn't wait for their paver basketball court to be installed. Lastly, one White Bear Lake couple saw the advantages of having a swimming pond instead of a swimming pool. Whatever your sport, have your landscape designer put it in the plan. Find out how these Minnesota families did just that...
Minnesota backyard resort with swimming pool, pond, putting green, pergola, outdoor kitchen, and fire pit.
Play all day. Rough gravel driveway transformed into a one-of-a-kind backyard paver driveway with an inlaid basketball court.
A regulation horseshoe pitch attracts neighbors like a magnet to this Minneapolis MN side yard. The landscaping includes two patios and a large seat wall for spectators.
2,400 square foot single family home in Roseville MN is net-zero, and then some... The home produces its own energy, with enough leftover to power two electric cars. Sustainable landscaping by Southview Design.
An interview with President Chris Clifton on what makes Southview Design thrive.
Even beyond the city limits we are seeing a big increase in front yard patios. In this Midwest Home article, an award-winning Southview landscape architect weighs in on the front porch revival trend sweeping the Twin Cities.