The first thing that catches your eye when pulling up to this home, is an island of boxwood hedges, flowering roses and an armillary globe on a limestone pedestal, located in the center of their crushed bluestone gravel driveway. The front of the home also features large multi-trunk trees framing the house, and layered plant beds, helping to transition from a more formal foundation planting to the native woods along the perimeter of the property. Heading to the back, you’ll see a vine-covered pergola and bluestone patio with raised plant beds, wrapped in a wrought iron railing, an enclosed terraced sunken garden on the lower patio, and beautiful plant beds sweeping across the backyard.