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Forest Property Oregon City Oregon

    Swim Spa Backyard Anyone? Yes!

    Imagine a split-level landscape design surrounded by nature. An outdoor living design that adds form and structure to its beautiful backdrop. Chock-full of fabulous features and destination spots, this “get-your-relax-on” property has it all . . . including a Swim Spa!

    A Swim-Spa, how fun for all ages! Think of the family’s outdoor memories of this activity forever. Swim or Soak – what’s your favorite? Maybe both? A swim-deck with picnic table for hungry swimmers sits alongside the spa. Swimmers might need a quick break to grab snacks/drinks before diving back in. This nook is also great for swim-watchers who want to be part of the action – on dry deck. Notice the hanging towel rack? Smart idea, eh?

    Outdoor Living Extras We Want!

    Check out the top level dining patio off the front porch. It’s subtle, sophisticated and blends into the natural setting. Okay, it’s more than that – It’s gorgeous! A stone Grill Island with countertops – ‘close to the indoor kitchen’ is helpful for outdoor cooking & dining. A private dinner-in-the-woods effect.

    After dinner, grab your drinks and head down boulder-steps to a large firepit on the lower patio. Have you ever walked down boulder steps? These pathway steps are perfect in this setting.

    Quick, grab your cozy loungers you ‘oldies’ . . . and ‘kiddos’ grab your place on the circular seat wall. Who can resist the dance of the flames?

    We love the hardscaped outdoor room boasting a kitchen bar island with refrigerator & sink. Plenty of eating space and food prep on this ample countertop. Also, a large dining area with retractable awning for group entertaining.  With heat lamps and ambient lighting, even in a dark forest, the pathways areas are filled with light to create the perfect mood.

    Who can resist a Swim-Spa Backyard?

    Forest Property – Oregon City, 2019

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    Forest Property
    Before & During Landscape Construction

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    Forest
    Before & During Landscape Construction

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    Forest
    Before & During Landscape Construction