This 12,000-square-foot contemporary Florida home is located on one and a half acres of land. To keep the land eco-friendly, the lawn is synthetic grass. A sleek swimming pool seamlessly meets the lawn and is the perfect spot to relax outdoors.
This is the view from the rear of the owner’s residence with its elegant swimming pool and well-tended rose garden (on the right beyond the frame of the photo). The ultimate outdoor space for entertaining guests, it now adjoins the newly landscaped property on the right side of the estate.
Hard to tell the difference between a five-star resort and this home's outdoor areas. Here, the large swimming pool (with hot tub and waterfalls, of course) turns into a long lap pool and wraps around the guest house.
There are two pools to choose from here: an infinity-edge pool with a nearby hot tub. The second pool features whimsical mosaic tile art of swimming goldfish. Both come with breathtaking views of the ocean and Kona coastline.
Build a natural oasis - Who says you have to choose timber decking or stone paving to go around your pool? The trees and rocks surrounding this pool will transport you into the arms of Mother Nature the minute you head outside.
Native plants were used throughout the multi-level landscaping, helping the home blend in more naturally with its surrounding environment. Here, the gorgeous pool gets even more decadent with a waterfall.
The house sits off in the distance, giving the pool and poolhouse an intimate, secluded feel. The poolhouse offers additional sheltered entertaining space with glass doors that join the interior to the patio.
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.