The location of this 1970s-era ranch home – on the tournament course at the Muirfield Village Golf Club – was a hole-in-one, but the dilapidated deck wasn’t up to par (ok, no more bad golf cliches!).
As part of a total makeover the house, the new owners recognized that the home’s view of the course was one of it’s strongest assets – and hired us to redesign the outdoor living spaces.
Both levels of the deck were expanded, a poorly-located stair was relocated, and wood posts blocking the views from inside the house were removed.
The new stair, and the railing surrounding the upper deck, both use a stainless steel braided cable railing system instead of wood balusters. Seated on the upper deck, there’s very little blocking your view of the action on the tournament course.
The deck surface is of composite boards for low maintenance and long life.
Other details include a storage space for cushions tucked under the stairs; a rainwater drainage system covering the entire underside of the upper deck; and broad steps wrapping around much of the perimeter of the lower deck