This stucco pool house was designed to be a freestanding patio cover and to look original to the home. To meet HOA requirements for this large structure, it needed to be attached to the home. The foundation was poured with a raised elevation and a different color of stamped concrete to set it apart from the pool deck. Space is plentiful for grilling, entertaining, dining and conversing by the fire.
The HOA would not allow a freestanding structure of this size, so the pool cabana was connected to the house with an attractive breezeway
The patio cover has a complete entertainment package, including television and speakers. Recessed lighting, directional lighting, decorative column lights and ceiling fans accent each area within the space.
This kitchen includes a raised bartop, large grill, sink, trash drawer, refrigerator, ice maker, a separate buffet, and plenty of storage.
The fascia of the kitchen is a Texas limestone. Counters are granite.
The fireplace has a gas log set and turns on and off with a flip of a switch. Stone fascia is a limestone with some nice color variation.
I am beyond impressed with the quality of the materials, the sub-contractors hired, and the overall final appearance of this project. This was our first experience with a contractor/home improvement project (beyond changing out shower heads, etc.), and I must admit that I am a little terrified to tackle anything else… I have been spoiled by Texas Custom Patios. Thanks, guys!