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    Courtyard Garden Design: Manicured foliage and a meandering walkway break up the yard, creating a gracious courtyard garden in front of this ranch-style home. Treated concrete on the front walkway contributes an earthy, rustic texture that complements the home's older stone elements.

  • Glenda Hooper

    Courtyard Garden Design for ranch style home

  • Jennifer Hardison Walters

    Nice front courtyard garden

  • Breckell Soifua

    Adorable front yard!

  • Pam Storey

    curb appeal

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