Our client inherited a walled garden with their listed house, and wanted to create a garden that would complement the house, and provide interest and structure to an otherwise empty space.

A series of broad gravel paths links the various elements of the garden together, ensuring that the eye is drawn across the garden to connect with the countryside beyond.

An elegant oak pergola creates vertical interest, and, once the planting has matured, will provide an attractive screen to distract from the view of the neighbouring buildings.

A simple, raised pool reflects the light, and acts as a focal point from the main living area of the house.