Staunton

 

Baldwin Place, a spacious neighborhood with architecture inspired by Colonial Williamsburg, features two homes on this year’s walking tour. Both are beautifully landscaped and overlook a designated open space. Here, at a charming gazebo, visitors can enjoy a floral design demonstration and a gardening talk during the tour.

Across North Augusta Street and up a wooded driveway stands Waverley Hill, designed by William Bottomley in 1929. It has been impeccably restored by the current owner. He has developed extensive gardens and water features that complement the original landscaping plan.  The swimming pool, recently added, affords beautiful views of the mountains beyond.  Staunton Music Festival musicians will play in the garden throughout the day.

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