This 8-bedroom, 8-bathroom villa is a short distance from Porto Rotondo in Sardinia, Italy. Its large grounds are a mix of green lawns, lush vegetation and many outdoor areas from which to enjoy the amazingly scenic surroundings.
Get your pool cover in place for winter. If you have a simple plastic cover, make sure there aren’t any rips or tears. Repair small tears by duct taping on both sides. For a safety cover, follow the manual instructions for installation. Use water tubes to keep the cover in place. They won’t harm the pool liner if they happen to tumble into the pool.
The first step in closing an in-ground pool is to remove things like a diving board, rails, ladder or safety ropes. Remove the eyeball fitting from all return lines. Take time to vacuum the pool floor and clean the walls and any steps. Skim the water surface as well. You want your pool to get covered in as clean a condition as possible.
Forty acres of pristine countryside surround the home and include a tennis court, formal gardens, a helicopter landing pad and large equestrian facilities. Given that it's also near to Windsor Castle, all the Queen's corgis can come over to play!
This incredible private estate sits on 66 acres in Blaine, Washington, waterfront property that backs up to the Georgia Strait. Both the San Juan and Canadian Gulf Islands are visible from the home, and the residence itself stints on no luxury.
The sprawling property stretches out over .63 acres of beachfront land in beautiful Montecito, California. It includes a charming guest casita with barn doors that slide back to seamlessly connect the space with its picturesque surroundings.
As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Melissa and Mahdi transformed the empty space under the beach deck into a new shaded patio area with cushioned chairs and a custom bar at the renovated Coastal Calm condo.
As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Martha and Alex took the blank and bland area under the beach deck and converted it into a new shaded patio area with plenty of seating at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo. The wood bench at the perimeter also acts as a retaining wall to keep the sand out.
Always read pot tags and consider looking plants up online to confirm just how tall and wide they’ll grow in your region. With living groundcovers like this perennial alpine strawberry, it’s also important to consider how far plants can spread. Groundcovers used as bed edging may need constant attention to keep them in bounds. Read plant reviews online and ask local garden centers to discover how aggressively a particular plant grows in your region. A docile beauty in a northern zone with hard winters can often be a garden thug in regions with mild winters.