Richard has really enjoyed the first garden and can't wait to see the second. THE SECOND PLACE IS VERY DIFFERENT AND VERY DIFFERENT IN SIZE. The 1st was 5 acres, this is 1/2 acre. The first was up country, this has an ocean
view. This is on a cul-de-sac but Richard, upon arriving, almost didn't realize it was a residence. Again, Hunton tried to do something that was understated, yet at the same time, let one know they've arrived, but not overdo
it. The entrance has a bit of formality with its symmetry but at the same time, it's not overdone. That, again, is Hunton's style. Try to let the secrets unfold themselves as opposed to presenting it all in front. This lot is
very private yet it's in the middle of a subdivision.
By Stephanie Pratt, InstantHedge,
Photographs courtesy of InstantHedge
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