The pool area in this large Toronto home was in need of a major upgrade. The interlock pool deck was from the early eighties and the timber retaining walls were rotting. The client was looking for something clean and simple that would complement the Tudor style of the house, maximize pool deck area and leave space for family football games. It was necessary to work around the mature trees on the property. The pool coping and banding were replaced along with the pool deck, retaining walls and steps. A small patio was added at the basement walkout and the gardens were redesigned. Major home renovations, including the addition of a garage lead to reworking the front. This included the addition of a central stone walkway with pillars, a new natural stone retaining wall along the driveway and new planting at the house.