"Death destroys the body, as the scaffolding is destroyed after the building is up and finished. And he whose building is up rejoices at the destruction of the scaffolding and of the body."
Leo Tolstoy, novelist and philosopher (1828-1910)
Highland’s stately four story, red-brick structure rests in a spacious, award-winning garden that includes a charming amphitheater, perennial flower beds shaded by towering oak, maple and spruce trees, enclosed in a hand-smithed wrought iron fence.
Surrounded by stately oak, maple, spruce and locust, the grounds have a magnificent presence. An award-winning finish came to the gardens through the addition of ivy, flowering bushes, colorful perennials, sculpture, a charming creek side amphitheater, and a signature, hand-smithed wrought iron fence to surround the two-acre site.
The gardens provide a wonderful setting for the Residences at Highland, settled in between the Historic structure and Boulder Creek. And for the active gardeners, the wild raspberries and vegetable garden are just steps away from your front door.