This home's location high on a steep slope maximizes the property's dramatic views. Corinthian granite was used for the retaining walls that were essential in working with the site's extreme grade change between the front and the back. A spacious driveway constructed of Unilock concrete pavers, with a granite inlay detail that defines the various areas, creates an inviting entry. Terraces with stone stair cases were necessary to allow access to the back, and provide additional outdoor living space. The back random pattern bluestone patio incorporates a recessed hot tub and a gas fire pit with a gathering space to sit and socialize. The most dramatic feature integrated into the walls is a multi-tiered waterfall and collection pools. Starting with a collection pool build into the upper terrace, the water cascades down copper scuppers, over and through large ornamental boulders, eventually flowing under the patio and into a large collection pool. Mass plantings of perennials ensure bold splashes of color. The arrangement and diversity of plant material creates unique displays and experiences for each season. In the meadow below, large areas of wildflowers and walking paths with custom wooded bridges allow the homeowners to enjoy the entire property.