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As you come down the driveway, you see hostas and day lillies that grow well in a shaded area. The house is to the left and the pole building is to the right.

This is the east side of the house. The large overgrown globe shrubbery in this photo has been replaced with new smaller ones that you will see in other photos. The sloped landscaping provides drainage for a dry basement. During September and October of 2007 we had over thirteen inches of rain with one rainfall totaling 5 inches. The basement was never been wet or damp!

As you enter the garage, there is a cement pad instead of just trap rock leading into the garage. This cement keeps the garage cleaner and makes a great place for activities that need the hard surface. Notice the brick accent and beautiful cedar siding . This is a very appropriate siding for a home set in the woods.

No house in the forest would be complete without a firepit.

At the end of the driveway is a raised garden of Hostas and Day Lillies. They greet you everytime you come home. What a beautiful area!

There are Colorado Spruce and White Pine that have been planted around the property for a variety of trees. Lush green grass surrounds the house.

The house is nestled in the woods. This shot shows the north lawn.

This final shot shows another view of the east lawn set against the woodlands that have shrubs and flowers planted along the perimeter.

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