The view from this Île Perrot oasis is hard to beat. The infinity pool was designed to look like it flows right into the Lac des Deux – Montagnes! The pool was placed outside the covered patio and between two magnificent mature trees that have graced this waterfront property for many years.
To stay in tune with nature, we used Techo-Bloc’s Aberdeen man made stone in Rock Garden Brown for the pool surround and multiple terraces and the Quebec-quarried St. Marc limestone which was bush hammered for the pool caps.
When looking towards the house, the pool looks completely different. The infinity ledge was built with the same stone that was used on the house. The planting around the pool was kept at a minimum in order to keep the focus on the glittering water that seemingly flows into the lake! Beautiful.
This Senneville home is stunning, and Groupe Paramount is proud to have been chosen to do the landscaping for the 2 acre lot that sits on the Lake of Two Mountains. The clients put an addition and did large scale renovations to the existing estate, the home now has all modern conveniences and is truly beautiful.
The planning for this landscape project was extensive! The 40′ by 20′ foot long concrete infinity pool has a hot tub on one end, a tanning ledge on the other end and steps that run the length of the pool in between.
The infinity drop, which is 4′ feet high, runs the whole length of the pool. The tile used on the drop is the same colour as the inside of the pool, this gives the pool the appearance that it has a glass front and that you can look right through the pool! It was designed so the upper terrace is level with the pool, this allows the best view of the lake from both pool and upper terrace. The pool is incredible during the day and even more beautiful when the sun sets and the pool lights up in phenomenal fashion. The pool and light functions are fully automated and controlled by the clients with their mobile devices.
Surrounding the pool and creating the large terraces, is hand cut St. Marc in a brick pattern. This surface leads into the outdoor kitchen and pool house. Stepping down from the large upper terrace there is a checkerboard pattern of grass and stone, where there is more seating for those who want to enjoy the lake and all the while hear the sound of the pool water cascading down. What wonderful sight and sound!
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