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Water slide - traditional backyard custom-shaped water slide idea in Nashville

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Water slide - traditional backyard custom-shaped water slide idea in Nashville —  Houzz

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jkennedy14 wrote:September 9, 2012
What are the dimensions of this pool and approximate costs to build?

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    Meg Burns Lietz Realtor at Baird & Warner
    Thank you for sharing the est costs! It is so frustrating when PRO's won't offer a range to give us all an idea of the potential cost on these projects. Thanks again, great job!
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    J. Brownlee Design
    The stone used on this project is an Arkansas Fieldstone, laid in a dry-stack style. The Flagstone coping, wall cap, and patio banding is an Oklahoma Multi-blend flagstone product.
cjhp wrote:October 15, 2012
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    I love it too like so much
  • pkjones
    Oh.....this is the best pool/backyard I have ever seen. Bravo!!!
fauxnomina wrote:November 2, 2012
would like to know what pool company built this pool

- would like to know who built this slide?

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    J. Brownlee Design
    This pool was designed, and build, by J.Brownlee Design. I design projects like these around the country. The slide is a BYOS 1 custom designed waterslide from Inter-fab. Let me know if I could help you out in any way!
Stephanie wrote:July 1, 2013
Could you tell us where to buy a pool slide similar to this? Thanks!

mistygilliam wrote:July 5, 2013
Can you tell me the pool finish and color name?

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    J. Brownlee Design
    This pool finish was a custom blended Pebbletec finish. The closest commercially available sample color would be between Tahoe Blue and Midnight Blue from Pebbletec. Hope this helps you out!
robbiestefanski wrote:January 3, 2014
are ya'll in Lafayette if ya'll are were

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    J. Brownlee Design
    In a way, yes! I am a freelance design Landscape Architect, and I work on projects around the country. After we create a design to meet your needs and desires, I work within my network of professional pool contractors and builders to select the right fit to create a custom project. Feel free to give me a call or drop a line if you are interested in discussing a specific project! Thanks!
gailpi wrote:March 15, 2014
What is the length of the slide?

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    J. Brownlee Design
    This slide is a custom designed BYOS 1 waterslide from Inter-Fab. This particular design is approx. 22' in length, and sits about 5.5' above water level. The color is cappuccino -- a premium color upgrade.
sydneyhenson wrote:April 27, 2014
were is this place?

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    J. Brownlee Design
    This project is built at a residence located just outside of Memphis, Tennessee. It started out as a flat and open grass lawn, and we made it a backyard resort for a great family to enjoy!
Jennifer Sanders-Brisbon wrote:November 20, 2014
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    J. Brownlee Design
    The stacked stone walls are a natural Arkansas Fieldstone. Pool coping and patio banding are Oklahoma Brown Flagstone.
rocketman916 wrote:November 29, 2014
What is the approximate cost of a pool like this one?

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    J. Brownlee Design
    This project, with pool, patio areas, retaining walls, outdoor living and fire features (including landscape was approx. $650k. Poolhouse was another $300-350k.
richweiss wrote:January 10, 2015
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    J. Brownlee Design
    It is a dark walnut / burnt sienna acid stain over a seamless decorative concrete stamp patio -- but I will say this was not my favorite choice & wouldn't suggest it again (homeowner here insisted that was what they wanted). It "inverts" the stone banding (stone is lighter than the patio). Result is attractive now, but can be hot to the feet on sunny hot summer days, and shows significant wear over time. It needs to be resealed about every year. I prefer a lighter concrete or travertine material with darker stone banding and pool coping. Also not a huge fan of stamped concrete over a large SF area outdoors. The two enemies of concrete are sun and water -- which are unavoidable in excess around a swimming pool. -- Just my opinions... Hope this helps!
sarahesmythe wrote:May 30, 2016
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    like the brick wall surround.... then would only need half a fence.

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