Dover Bay in Sandpoint, Idaho

This Dover Bay project in Sandpoint, Idaho took eight months to complete and was finished during the fall of 2008. Sandpoint landscaper Special Additions Landscaping, LLC, constructed a 150 foot streambed, built 1,125 tons of boulders (80 dump trucks), brought in 800 yards of topsoil and fill material, built an 800 square foot flagstone patio, and a 2,300 square foot paver driveway. The owner’s top priority was the 150 foot streambed, built in close coordination with the General Contractor to create the bridged walkway to the front door. The streambed can run at either 130 or 260 gallons per minute, depending on the desired effect.

Paver walkway with inset drainage Root cellar with boulder rock walls Natural, uncut stone steps placed in hillside Paver patio and driveway Walkway and boulder retaining walls down to lake Lake view of dover bay project and retaining walls Stone bridge walkway over streambed Meandering water feature with natural boulders Water feature meandering under a bridge Boulder retaining wall with natural vegetation Straight-on view of meandering stream Stone lattice drive path with boulder edging Top view of stone lattice driveway path Water feature built for sight and sound Natural boulder and garden bedding Fitted flagstone patio and walkway Boulder retaining walls outlining walkway Stone bridge crossing water feature Waterfall and collection pond

General Contractor:
Hope Builders – Pete Gauthier

Jon Sayler

Landscape Design & Installation by:
Special Additions Landscaping, LLC