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Aug 04 2016

Residential Alterations and Additions with Gardening in Mind

As part of a larger home renovation project in Annandale, Hunterdon County, N.J., the architectural plans included a Potting Shed, built into the hillside. This "bank" building allows for storage below the garden shed, while keeping the building footprint small.  Large enough for storing lawn mowers, wheel barrows, leaf blowers and the like below, the potting shed above was designed with good proportion relative to the house and site.  Its small appearance is charming.  A terrace and pergola connect the potting shed to the house and provide a perfect spot from which to enjoy the view.  The stone staircase provides a pathway through the rock-garden.

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