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It's great to have good neighbors, but even better if you can't see them. Heron House at Haverfield Park has the planned advantage of tree groves planted over a decade ago, which provides privacy while leaving long views of classic American countryside.
When you visit Heron House, you'll notice that every window has a poster view of nature. It's no accident: this is a rare example of master planning for esthetics. There is a park-wide compatible drainage plan, with drainage easements currently being mapped out.
It's All About Views:
Traffic routed away from home fronts
Classic pumphouses enclose equipment
Low fencing allows longer views
Generous carriage house parking to keep clutter enclosed