Top Landscaping Tips for 2014

Dan Hechtkopf and Reid Heidenry of South Beach Investment Realty – two of the top luxury real estate specialists in the city of Miami — offer advice on what their clients are looking for in their homes.

2014 Top Landscaping Tips

2014 Top Landscaping Tips

(1) Outdoor Stone Fireplaces

Outdoor fireplaces have been around for a long time, but in the last few years they have really gained in popularity.  They can serve as a focal point in the design of a backyard landscape, while providing the functional warmth of a fire adjacent to an outdoor patio.

(2) Pondless Water Features

Water is one of the building blocks of life.  Water features can add a calming effect to your landscape through the sounds and movement of water.   They can also mask unwanted noise and bring a peaceful calm to the hustle and bustle of urban living.

(3) Natural Lawns

As water prices continue to rise, homeowners and businesses are looking for alternatives to the traditional bluegrass lawn. There are many advantages to making your landscaping more efficient, and reducing the amount of bluegrass lawn is the best way to do that.

(4) Covered Outdoor Patios

Covered outdoor patios work great for blending indoor and outdoor living space.  Over the last decade outdoor patios and gardens have been increasingly utilized as an extension of indoor space.

(5) Urban Gardening

As the farming industry continues to get more commercialized and corporate, there has been a pushback in the form an increased demand for local farmers markets.   And there is no place more local than one’s own yard.

Dan Hechtkopf and Reid Heidenry are luxury real estate specialists at SBI Reality in Miami. They can be reached at 954-457-5556 or online at http://www.sbirealty.com.

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