This outdoor space is great for entertaining friends and family. They can enjoy a game of bocce ball when they're not lounging around the two gas fire pits, enjoying the rooftop garden or hanging out in hammocks.
In this home built for entertaining, a bocce ball court is found in the front yard. After the game, enter the living room through 12' doors and sit a spell or keep on walking and take a dip in the pool. This takes indoors out to a whole new level.
A bocce ball court and guest suite made of simple and restrained materials, such as wood, weathered steel, stone and concrete are part of a lakefront getaway in Texas. The project by Hocker Design Group won a 2015 American Society of Landscape Architects award.
Turf can double as a kid’s play area as well as a court for games that people of all ages can enjoy — like bocce ball. “Having that turfed space is a really nice way for the family to let the kids be able to play and run around and then still have a clean space for entertaining and adult time,” says Scott Frankel, co-president and principal of Frankel Building Group + Avea Pools.
A wood table for two sits on top of a small stone deck that overlooks a personal bocce ball court in this private outdoor oasis. Strings of lights hang between lush orange trees creating a magical feel in the space.