Potomac Falls Residence
A garden is never completed and there is always room for improvement or enhancement. This homeowner had a beautiful landscape installed years ago and we were brought in to provide a statement piece water feature and to re-do the front walkway.
Foxhall Road Residence
“I love this house but I can’t stand looking out my front door and seeing the overly busy Foxhall Road, can you make it go away?” So many of our projects grow out of the seedbed of a real felt need and you can consider this one to be the archetype.
The Robertson project was designed by Andy Balderson of Donovan, Feola, Balderson & Associates. The gallery photos show the “before and after” as well as “under construction” phases of the project.
“I’m having a hard time seeing it, but I trust your judgement” is an unusual, yet welcomed, response when discussing the possibility of moving hundreds of yards of soil around a customer’s yard.
“How about putting in a pool?” seems like a simple enough question but it sent this project to a whole different level.
The Bradshaw residence is a perfect example of why every site is truly unique. Their custom home sits on 1.5 acres of wide-open land in the rolling hills of upper Montgomery County.
Landscapes develop over time. With today’s expectation of immediate results; growing, maintaining, and developing a property’s exterior can seem slow and cumbersome.
The Hoodem residence is proof positive that much can be done in a small space. This project was designed through the collaborative effort of David & Blake Dunlevy.
This property transformation was designed in-house by Blake Dunlevy and encompassed both the front and the rear yards.
Designed by Andy Balderson of Donovan, Feola, Balderson & Associates, D & A Dunlevy Landscapers, Inc. provided a comprehensive installation that started with the site work, included the pool and all masonry elements, and culminated with the landscape installation.
The Canal Square project was birthed from tragedy. The Sea Catch restaurant in Georgetown shares an outdoor dining area with the historic C & O Canal. In February of 2010 the devastating blizzards not only affected travel but also the 60-year-old Mulberry trees that lined the Tow Path of the Canal.
The photos within this gallery were shot in 6 sessions through the course of the project. D & A Dunlevy Landscapers, Inc. took this site from conception to its completion.