Front Yard Water Feature


Ponds and waterfalls aren't just for the backyard. This beautiful suburban home incorporates the use of water in the front yard. A stone slat bridge is added to the front walkway crossing the waterfall and stream that empties into the pond.
A waterfall starts to the left of the front entrance and curves into the pond at right.
A waterfall starts to the left of the front entrance and curves into the pond at right.
A stone slat bridge allows visitors to cross the water feature and get an up-close view.
A stone slat bridge allows visitors to cross the water feature and get an up-close view.

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