The house is set back somewhat from the street, so that there is room for a gravelled front court, which is shaded by a plane tree and a chestnut tree and sheltered by tall yews along the fence. Beyond the house and a containment wall, there is a non-visible garden.  
Particularly notable is the stock of trees on the grounds. The tall trees at the street as well as the red-leafed beech tree in the back garden are impressive in size and significantly shape the atmosphere of the neighbourhood and the streetscape. The lower garden is a lawn that is closed off towards the south by two magnificent beech trees and towards the southwest by a hedge-like screen of shrubs. An asphalt-paved pathway connects the two houses, to which one outdoor sitting area is assigned, across the plot boundaries.

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