Padanaram Peninsula Garden

The lucky occupants of this Buzzard’s Bay peninsula access their home across a causeway framed by native red cedars and glistening waters.  Chris was invited to work with an architect, Henry Robert Wessmann, to transform the exterior of the house in a way that would anchor it to the peninsula and connect interior and exterior spaces gracefully.

A new entry path and a dining patio frame a new wrap-around deck and pergola, with three staircases to ground level, offering a easy flow from inside to outside, and up and down between levels.  These spaces with their views to the waterfront are the favorite gathering place for family and friends. Steps at the garden’s edge lead down to the swimming beach.  Carpark and driveway are largely screened by a carefully groomed privet hedge.


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