43 natural limestone steps winding down to the lake below was a satisfying feature in this lovely new landscape.
Landscape Architect: Stephanie Wilson, David J. Frank, CCLP
Location: Lake Beulah
The homeowners felt their current landscape was “tired” and lacked color. They were also in need of an attractive staircase that would lead them safely from the house down to the lake. Lastly, they wanted to redesign their old brick terrace into a new and inviting entertainment area.
The new winding natural stone staircase to the lake is a favorite. 43 limestone steps replaced the former (and unsafe) railroad tie stairs. A landscape lighting system also adds ambiance during the night hours.
The staircase required numerous permits from Walworth County.
Joan and Bob Farrell were absolutely delighted and engaged in the project. They provided us with consistent feedback.
Jesus Cervantes, Frankie J. Ryan Jr., Jason Baerber, Randy Lykins, Jesus Orlando Cervantes, Larry Schmitt, Landon Stucky, Gary McCarthy, Hugo Adame, Matthew Maikowski, Jens Wohlbier and Antonio Martinez
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