Incredible collection of stately homes and mansions with a circular driveway. The ciruclar driveway is reserved for large properties which generally have large homes... often grand homes. We feature a diverse collection of home and driveway styles.
Not every mansion has a circular driveway, but most properties with a circular driveway have a mansion. Circular driveways are expensive given all the concrete, brick and/or asphalt needed to create it. They certainly have a grandiosity to them.
As you’ll see in our extensive collection of photos below, the materials used to build these driveways vary from concrete to asphalt to brick, gravel or pavers. I particularly like brick and stamped concrete driveways, but that boosts the price up compared to asphalt or regular concrete.
It adds up big time. A standard driveway on a suburb lot is 38′ x 16′. A concrete driveway of that size would cost approximately $3,648. Now, expanding it into a circular driveway that is 150′ x 16′ made of concrete would cost $14,400. Imagine high-end brick or expensive stamped concrete. You could easily spend $100,000 on a circular driveway in no time.
Some of our examples are truly circular with an actual full circle in front of the home (circa grand manor homes of Europe) while others are a u-shaped drive peaking in front of the home. I include the u-shape in this collection because it’s still grand and it’s often considered “circular” when referring to such a driveway.
These days all styles of homes can incorporate such a front drive including manor-style home, contemporary, McMansion, colonial, Mediterranean, etc. Enjoy the collection.