This pool was built on a steep slope where there was a lot of existing bedrock that needed to be taken care of first. The entire pool was rock hammered out of the mountainside; it took a total of two weeks to accomplish that task alone. Since it is in the mountain there is a fisher in the rock which was running under the pool. We had to install a submersible pump to relieve the pressure that is moving the water that comes from the mountain, which in turn now helps to feed the irrigation system.
The goal for this pool from the beginning was to keep it looking natural but refined. We incorporated deep blue marble patios with Hampton limestone coping and glass tile to keep the overall feel classic and eye-catching. A kid friendly design was also kept in mind throughout. The upper waterfall was a disappearing water feature on the upper level that disappears into the stones and runs into the level waterfall. It was the first time for using this design element and wow factor. Walking up the stairs from the driveway your eye is at water level becoming the centerpiece of the property.