Innocenti & Webel was recently retained at this property to further develop a landscape plan that was first installed by I&W in the 1940’s. The original classically designed plan included a rear yard with generously proportioned brick seat walls and an intimate walled-in kitchen garden. Beautifully formed Japanese maples provided a mid-ground element leading to a lawn panel circled by now-mature plantings. The more recent engagement involved adding a pool and pool house while maintaining the expansive feel of the existing lawn area. Vegetable gardens, rejuvenated plantings, and entrance piers and gates further enhanced the project .
Pool House Architecture: Kenneth W. Dowd, A.I.A.