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After seeing Southview Design working on a neighbor's yard, this St. Paul family decided it was time to overhaul their landscape. The use of clay pavers for the driveway and sidewalks was a deliberate design detail for this 1899 Summit Avenue home, closely matching the home's exterior. And the outdoor living space in the back gave them a place to entertain.
Patios of natural stone, classic brick, and concrete pavers with industry-leading warranty.
Minnesota Historical Society guided the restoration of this Summit Avenue home's original reflecting pool, brickwork, and gardens.
Front yard landscape design in Eden Prairie sculpts hill using modular retaining wall materials to create classic look and curb appeal.
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.