The existing area was a series of uninteresting levels all over the place.
The complete area was levelled up to the pool, and the pool stepped up 1.2m above the new-levelled area. This 1.2m set up eliminated the need for pool, fencing in front of the feature wet edge overflow, and minimal fencing was required at the step area up to the pool.
The full-length wet edge, wet wall, overflow facing this residence, is a magnificent feature of the residence, and the wall is finished in stacked stone.
The balance holding area, which collects all the overflow water, has a stainless steel mesh cover over the top, which makes it completely safe for small children being able to access this area, and meets the Fencing Code. The pool has a raised feature spa, on the topside, which cascades over into the pool. Behind the spa, is a feature-wet wall, again in stacked stone. The pool has a waterline tile band, and is finished in a fine white pebble interior. The surrounds are finished in reconstituted stone.