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  • lauren russell

    landing stone steps landscaping ideas for our backyard

  • Susan Campbell

    Love the fire pit area and the stone steps.


    Love the large stone steps ~ Natural Backyard, Rustic Backyard Backyard Landscaping Charles C Hugo Landscape Design South Berwick, ME

  • Danielle Hill

    I like the patio design and the rock steps. Don't need the firepit though. I'd use a water feature there.

  • Sandi Frye

    Beautiful, love the large rock stepping stones!....Natural Backyard, Rustic Backyard Backyard Landscaping Charles C Hugo Landscape Design South Berwick, ME

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