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@Carter Group Architects, Inc., if you're referring to the outdoor lights, look at all photos of the hot tub. It appears that the lights are not hung directly over the hot tub but off to the side by a good distance.

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Spence Develop, LTD

must have cost a mint!

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Shoshana Bloom

Just one word WOW!!!!!!

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