Front Yard Pictures From HGTV Smart Home 2019

A handsome clay-brick exterior with laminated shingle roof adds major curb appeal to HGTV Smart Home 2019, an innovative three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home located in Dallas, Texas.

By: Jeannie Matteucci

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Strong Presence

This approximately 3,455-square-foot home in Dallas, Texas, has a strong presence thanks to the appealing clay-brick exterior with creme-colored mortar that provides maximum durability but requires minimal maintenance.

Multipurpose Garage

The attached two-car garage with parking space inside also includes special features like an above-ground storm shelter, a workstation with smart TV and advanced golf simulator.

Innovative SUV

The super-stylish SUV with a modern exterior, stellar ergonomics and optional third row parked in front of the garage includes advanced driver-assistance technologies that allow the driver to adjust temperature and lighting whenever it is asked.

Eye-Catching Roof

This home has a distinctive look and feel thanks to the detailed exterior that includes the durable roof with laminated shingles in an attractive driftwood color. These shingles help protect the home and create a strong barrier against the natural elements like wind and water.

Durable Doors

The deep-gray painted steel garage doors include a cedar cladding that has been stained to withstand the elements. The cedar cladding gives the doors a rich look with the beauty of wood.

Easy to Operate

The virtually silent garage doors open using an extra-strong belt-drive system with battery backup and long-lasting DC motor. You can conveniently open, close and receive alerts about these garage doors on a smartphone.

Durability and Strength

The home’s driveway that leads to the garage features stone pavers in a striking charcoal color with exceptional strength and durability and a clean, modular shape.

Classic Lighting

Two classic-style black outdoor aluminum wall sconces with clear seedy glass and candelabra bulbs were placed off to the side of each front garage door to illuminate the area.

Perfect Finishing Touch

Three black wrought-iron window planter boxes add the perfect finishing touch to the home’s exterior, and increase the overall curb appeal of this Dallas, Texas, home.

Mix of Materials

The home has an eye-catching look thanks to an interesting mix of materials including the brick, wood and wrought iron. This enticing property is located in a new, fast-growing neighborhood that offers close proximity to both downtown Dallas and Fort Worth.

Cohesive Look

The walkway to the home’s welcoming front door features the same durable and exceptionally strong charcoal-colored stone pavers as the driveway.

Walk This Way

This view from the street highlights the walkway’s connection to the driveway and the protected space that leads right up to the front door.

Architectural Beauty

A curved archway leading to the front door makes the entry a focal point, and reflects the use of curved lines that add softness to the home’s exterior.

Extra Details

A tall black planter adds a touch of greenery to the front door area. The clean lines of the planter add a touch of modern style to the front of the home.

Safe Space

A yard sign with stake tells everyone who visits HGTV Smart Home 2019 that this property is protected by a top-notch home security system that is professionally monitored 24/7 by six different monitoring centers, even in the event of a power outage.

Extra Alert

An easy-to-install entry sensor on the front door lets you know when the door has been opened and someone is entering when the security system is off by sounding a chime.

On the Lookout

An advanced video doorbell at the front door sends alerts to your phone for all activity out front, and lets you to talk with guests without having to get up to answer the door. The doorbell allows you to view everything in the light of day or the dark of night with crisp wide-angle HDR video.

Elegant Front Door

The elegant solid mahogany front door has a protective black stain with a hint of gray. The door with transom window above also includes a matte-black wireless Bluetooth lock and Flemish glass inserts that offer the look of hand-blown glass without the seeds or bubbles. The glass slightly distorts the view and allows natural light inside, but also offers some privacy.

Advanced Irrigation

The home’s landscaping includes a 16-zone lawn irrigation system that keeps the yard in tiptop shape and looking its best. It also adapts to changing weather conditions.

Enjoy the View

This large single-hung vinyl window with energy-efficient insulating glass and shutters on the front of the home provides a great front yard and street view for the bedroom inside.

Extra Detail

The black-painted exterior cedar shutters with a hint of gray on the bedroom window coordinate with the garage doors and provide an extra design detail that brings this home to the next level.

Beautiful Border

Purple loropetalum were planted under the bedroom window, with a row of wintergreen boxwoods in front of them that creates a lovely low-maintenance border as they grow.

Efficient Watering

The front lawn with Bermuda sod that stays dormant in the winter is kept in tiptop shape thanks to the home’s 16-zone lawn irrigation system with a programmable control in the garage, and top-notch sprinkler heads and drip irrigation for the garden beds. “Using the drip irrigation for your garden beds is much more efficient,” says project manager Scott Branscom.

Shines at Night

This look at HGTV Smart Home 2019 during the evening hours shows how the property with smart lighting both inside and out shines at night. Throughout the house, high-performance insulation keeps the interior spaces comfortable during all seasons.

Easy Living

This wide overview from above of the low-maintenance home illuminated at night shows the impressive look of the property. “I like the lighting in this home because some of the lights are on the smart system you can control on your smartphone, and some are programmable, like the decking lights,” says project manager Scott Branscom.