Description:Looking for a landscape design for backyard on of a new house purchase. Backyard is all dirt now and level. Have attached the lot map for reference. Total lot size (including house) is .5 acre
Wants:Design should include: Pool (~40ft x 20ft), Dining area, Lounging area by pool, BBQ/outdoor kitchen, garden, fire pit/sitting area, grass area for kids to play, possible area for play structure or sport court.
Would like the feel of a resort style backyard to entertain in, but don't want it to be overly hardscaped. would like a lot of greenery.
Should also fit in a $90K budget.
- AutoCAD (Latest)
Additional InformationLooking for PDF layout / design submissions, not necessarily Auto CAD.
#3 Gerography design by Prince Gok
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