Luxury Home & Renovation | Spring 2008

Inspired Design

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Southview Design Brings the landscape of a historic Summit Avenue home back to its roots

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.

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