This 30-acre country estate is home to a very private couple whose passion is caring for their horses and farm. In 2003, McHale Landscape Design implemented a master plan that included a front stone wall entry, pond stabilization and enhancement, a backyard outdoor living space, and a comprehensive planting plan for the entire property.
Our crews completed the project in 2004 and we are now in our 11th year of maintaining the property.
All plant selections near the pastures, stable, and arena were horse friendly and non-toxic. Natural flagstone, exposed aggregate, and local quarry stone were used to connect the spaces and define planting beds. Eighteen, 20' River Birch were planted throughout the property for scale and theme repetition.
The collaborative effort of our masons, carpenters, and landscape technicians greatly contributed to the success of the project.