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Damascus (7)
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This 2007 Bronze Design Award from Master Pools Guild features a grey bottom plaster, stamped concrete, 3 waterfalls with Neptune watching guard. The landscape surrounds the pool with a rose garden, 8 Crepe Myrtles and tropical plants. Great for entertaining and feeling like your at a resort.

Location: Damascus
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Comments / Q&A

OnOctober 28,2008 said:

"Tracey - You did an amazing job. Very classy and functional."

On October 19,2008 said:

"I LOVE Crepe Myrtles! Wish we could have them in zone 5. When do you start taking reaervations?! What a wonderful way to relax and vacation all the time a home. Beautiful."

OnOctober 15,2008 said:

"Great job on the lighting as well!"

On October 6,2008 said:

"What is your patio made of? I love it!"

On October 6,2008 said:

"The decking is colored stamped concrete. Gray with black accent. Syle stone. "

On September 19,2008 said:

"Very pretty! Love the pictures of this beautiful space! "

On September 18,2008 YardShareBryan said:

"Amazing yard. You've done a great job. "

On September 18,2008 MCR500 said:

"WOW!!! Very nice!!! C-Ya!!"

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