Multiple Elements Combine To Enhance Kerb Appeal
South Woodham Ferrers, Essex
Marshalls Drivesett Natrale
Cropped Granite Setts
Ibstock Glenfield Bricks
Haddon Stone Coping Stones
Haddon Stone Pier Caps
Haddonstone Roped Edging
Electric Sliding Gates
56.3m3 of earth and hardcore excavated
29.4m3 of Type 1 imported
196m2 of block paving laid
1.4m2 of granite setts laid
4.4m3 of concrete footings poured
2594 bricks laid
29m of coping stones laid
8 pier caps installed
12.3m of roping edgings laid
19 fence panels installed
18m of drainage installed
7.8m3 of topsoil imported
This scheme – designed by a local garden designer – involved a driveway transformation comprised of many elements.
Marshalls Drivesett Natrale block paving was the main focus of the driveway. With its split stone face providing a natural appearance.
Rows of granite setts and an electric sliding gate frame the entrance to the driveway. Decorative boundary walls, complete with cast concrete pier caps and coping stones, add privacy and screening from the road.
Inside, multiple planting beds break up the paving, softening the space. A raised brick planter and Victoria rope edging define the borders of the beds.
A timber pergola provides structure and interest in the scheme.
The variety of materials in this scheme work in perfect harmony to enhance the kerb appeal of this property.