The Eastman Escape

Originally called to solve a drainage problem, a plan was developed to reclaim an approach to the front entrance. The first visit to the site was in April, where the snow was piled between the front door and the arrival. The problem was amended by removing unneeded pavement and creating a front entry court. Retaining gardens were created the following year in the backyard. A stepping stone path leads to a woodland trail and conservation land. The lighthouse was crafted as a feature to illuminate the driveway. 

“John has worked with us for a number of years and has transformed our property from mulch and weeds to a unique blend of innovative stonework, plantings, and floral arrangements. From a “dry river bed” that helps protect our land from run off to a hand-made stone lighthouse that serves to illuminate our driveway, he brings unique concepts and quality workmanship to each project. He has both expertise as a landscape architect and years of hands on practical experience in the field. My wife and I would recommend him highly if you are considering a landscape project, large or small.” – Jeorge & Anika G.