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side yard

The yard between the side line of a building and the adjacent property line, extending from the front property line to the rear property line.
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Add night lighting to dramatize key features or the path and to extend the time the side yard can be enjoyed.
Designed to complement Ukrop's eclectic old farmhouse, the bike and tool shed runs along the side yard to shield outdoor activities from close neighbors.
Other features include the menagerie of once-cute-puppies-now-ill-behaved-dogs cramming the side yard, the display of Billy's pro models above the staircase, the Las Vegas-style gaming table in the dining room, a gigantic flat-screen TV, Billy's California King-sized bed slept on with no sheets or blankets, and about 20-thousand ants.
"You can make a butterfly garden in the side yard, but you'll need to design it first."
On the first occasion, six aluminium barrels worth pounds 50 each were taken from the side yard of the pub.
The Lang boys' basketball court was in the side yard. The area was not paved, so we were able to use it only when it had not rained recently.
More importantly, how often do we pay attention to the side yard or go around to the back to see if the back looks anything like the front?
Patrick Hays says Dubinski's design fully encompassed his hopes for an entertainment space, small fountains, walkways and an exquisite shade garden in the side yard. If you'd like to tackle a hands-on design project yourself, measure the yard; research easements, permits and zoning constraints; draw up a plan to scale; establish a budget; set up a schedule; and start to work.
There were birds clustered near the feeder at the edge of our side yard. None very pretty or interesting-looking, just gray, bedraggled city birds, but it had been so long since anything had moved at all that they were beautiful.
"IF YOU HAVE A WINDOW OR SKYLIGHT, or French doors that lead to the garden or side yard, lucky you.
That is why--back home in Eureka, California--I turned my narrow side yard into a cocktail garden as I did research for my forthcoming book, The Drunken Botanist: The Plants That Create the World's Great Drinks, Inspired by the bold, sophisticated colors of the liqueur bottles I've seen, I came up with a palette of violet, burgundy, chartreuse, and pale pastis blue-green.
Outside, the back garden has a paved side yard having gate to the side entrance, paved patio area with steps up to patio garden with well stocked borders and fencing to all sides.