Lake home landscape designed around a swimming pool for the extended family to enjoy.
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"Congratulations to Southview Design, for being awarded the 2016 Readers' Choice Award for Best Landscaping Services by our readers in Eagan.
The Readers' Choice Award is an annual contest published online and in the SUN Newspapers. Hundreds of readers chose their favorite service providers, medical professionals, places to live, eat, shop, golf, exercise, relax, etc."
Southview Design is honored to have been chosen by the Sun Media readers in Eagan for Best Landscape Services. Thank you so much!
Steep slope transformed into a backyard inspired by nature. More than a patio! This design includes a backyard waterfall, stream, fire circle, and fly-fishing pond.
Designers and crews had to carve out a portion of a hill to create a level space for a swimming pool and hot tub in this backyard.
Mendota Heights backyard is specially designed for big parties with a large social patio and swimming pool. This project also added some curb appeal with a friendly garden.
Play all day. Rough gravel driveway transformed into a one-of-a-kind backyard paver driveway with an inlaid basketball court.
Originally published in SPACES Magazine, this article was also featured in the HOME section of the St. Paul MN Pioneer Press.
Updating your living space doesn’t have to break the bank – Southview Design offers tips and estimated costs to trick out your backyard.
Katie Steiner reports on how some local businesses are permitted to open their doors again. WCCO 4 News at Noon – April 9, 2020