Found on Escutcheon Boulevard in NW Therenborough, the extensive residence and grounds of the House Trigomas is periodically open to the public.
[Trigomas Residence, Front Yard]
Framed by a large rock wall equipped with a steel gate, this property shows the prosperity of its owner. Flagstones fitted to make a solid walkway encourage visitors to stay off the manicured lawn on their stroll to the house. Flowering shrubs soften the two-story building's marble exterior, scenting the air with their rich perfume. Polished brass urns, planted with boxwood topiary, line stairs that lead up to a mahogany front door, adorned by a golden plaque engraved with the Trigomas family crest.
Obvious paths: north, northwest.
[Trigomas Residence, Side Yard]
Hiding the secure rock barricade encircling the property is a row of tall pines, their branches forming a solid wall of bluish-tinged needles that freshen the air with a woodsy scent while also helping to muffle the noise brought on by the hustle and bustle of city life. Along the side of the house, a thick carpet of green grass is meticulously maintained, forming a soft cushion underfoot that invites visitors to continue on the scenic journey around the residence.
Obvious paths: south, west.
[Trigomas Residence, Back Yard]
Creating an ever-changing display of jewel-toned colors, overflowing beds of brilliant daylilies add a splash of color across the building's marble exterior. A door leading into the home's kitchen allows staff to easily serve family and guests who choose to relax in the lawn-carpeted back yard. Grouped with entertaining in mind, woven wicker chairs surround a glass-topped table while matching white chaises are placed to take advantage of the nearby herb and rose gardens with their fragrant perfume.
Obvious paths: north, northeast, east, west, northwest.
[Trigomas Residence, Herb Garden]
Neatly trimmed boxwood forms a hedge surrounding the garden, discouraging animals from venturing in to sample young foliage. White gravel lines interlocking paths that separate the raised beds, crunching underfoot as household staff carefully harvest what is needed for the next meal. Methodically laid out in a formal pattern, each rectangular plot has been planted in contrasting colors with a single type of fragrant herb, designed to compliment the brass sundial decoratively placed atop the center isle.
Obvious paths: southwest.