Spring Has Sprung | Luxurious Foliage to See This Season
Springtime marks the beginning of new life in the year. It’s the season where blooming flowers and lush greenery take center stage. Is your garden ready for its debut in 2018? Get inspired by some of the luxurious foliage featured at these properties available now from our partners.
This sprawling estate in Lake Oswego exudes the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Curated by a master gardener, the home features a private dock and lake front patio.
Inspired by the villas on the Amalfi Coast, this estate is the perfect union of California scenery and European style. Italian Cypress elegantly outline the pathway from the home to the outdoor terrace with an unobstructed view of Catalina.
This three-story estate was inspired by the timeless elegance of the Hamptons. Light-filled rooms allow for easy admiration of the surrounding acreage featuring a garden courtyard and blooming vistas that would make any green thumb green with envy.
Designed with the equestrian in mind, this property includes an eight-horse barn and two arenas among other facilities. Take time to reflect and recoup while walking past the tranquil pond where birds and other wildlife gather, through the private trails offered by the forests and meadows that cover the 13-acre estate.
Fashioned after the manor estates of the French countryside, this home is located in the exclusive gated community of Garden Place. And rightly so with its cultivated landscape and intimate garden niches. Enjoy the view with a glass of bubbles out on the terrace.
Sitting graciously atop six acres of California countryside, this estate combines classic elegance with modern living. After taking a dip in the saltwater pool, take a stroll through the 430-tree lemon grove as your favorite song plays from the Sonance Symphony speakers featured throughout the property.
The floor-to-ceiling windows featured in this home provide breathtaking views of the 17 acres that surround it. Watch the trees change with the seasons from emerald green to shades of yellow and red that can only be found in nature. Willamette Valley is known for producing pinot noir that rivals the taste of its Burgundy cousin. Share a bottle with friends and family on the balcony while looking out on the majesty that is the Oregon countryside.
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