Due to the decline in the property, the front walkways and landscape had to be designed and built to help transition the grade. Curb appeal from the road is created with a professionally maintained front lawn.
This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration. The compound includes an oversized guest house, inviting pool house and enormous car collector's garage.
A quaint, but luxurious Gothic Revival structure stands in the midst of modern high rises along Australia's Darling Point peninsula. The fully restored home features a luxury backyard retreat complete with an infinity-edge pool and spa.
Sinuous lines characterize the pool and hot tub in this luxurious and lushly landscaped backyard. The 7,200-square-foot home features castle-like styling with turrets and Gothic details. Multiple outdoor seating areas turn the outdoor living spaces into a resort-like retreat.
One of the house's main outdoor entertaining areas is the elegant swimming pool and spa. An open pavilion provides an outdoor dining area, while sleek pool chairs are the perfect spot to relax. Travertine stone is used around the pool to reflect the materials of the main house.
Traditional Stone Balcony With View of Roundabout Driveway
Step out onto this stone balcony for a view of the home's red brick roundabout driveway surrounded by palm trees and other tropical plants. A stone fountain with traditional sculptures sits at the center of the driveway, providing an elegant touch.
Brick patios surround the inviting swimming pool and stretch out to the outdoor kitchen, comfortable seating areas and dining spots. The covered pavilion and pergola provide much-needed shade on a hot day.