A formal terrace steps down to an architectural swimming pool surrounded by a lush green lawn. The pool coping material matches the stone used in the balustrade and the pavers on the terrace, creating a harmonious garden design.
This is stone-floored terrace with a view overlooking the mountains and a lake in North Carolina is the perfect spot for entertaining. Wooden tables and chairs in two distinct seating areas accent the natural look that the stone terrace creates. Potted foliage is placed in various places to adorn the natural furnishings.
The 2006 HGTV Dream Home in Lake Lure, NC features this stunning stone terrace and its panoramic views of the area's lake and mountains. A temperate climate makes the outdoor space accessible year round.
This stunning 10,000 square foot home sits on 1.13 acres in Port Chester, New York, just a short drive to the heart of New York City. White columns frame the stone terrace, as well as several windows located on the rear exterior, both providing ample opportunities to take in the view. The backyard also features a luxurious pool area.
To better integrate this historic home into its beautiful Pennsylvania surroundings, the landscape designers replaced a decorative boxwood in front of the house with a terrace overlooking the spacious Pine Creek Valley.
A flagstone terrace with comfortable, stylish woven seating overlooks a sweeping valley that leads to California's Lake Arrowhead. The private and secluded Tudor-style home rests on 4.5 acres, with seven bedrooms, soaring ceilings and a 3,200-square-foot guest house.
This large estate in Andratx, Spain features a 100-year old main building surrounded by a guest house and several other outbuildings, including a barn housing pigs, goats, chickens and lambs. Intricate stone terraces surround the structures allowing for easy outdoor entertaining and taking advantage of the beautiful setting.
A stone terrace outside the great room of this home overlooks an infinity pool and a view of western California hills. A well-placed pair of chaise longues perch beneath a patio roof for protection from the elements.