Although reminiscent of the many 18th and 19th century Bucks County barns, the new 2,500 sf pool house structure is a thoroughly contemporary living and entertaining space. Stone gable end walls, timber frame components, and traditional board and batten siding are among traditional details blended with more contemporary finishes, fixtures and state-the-art mechanical, audio visual and home automation systems.
Overlooking a refurbished pool and revitalized landscape, the pool house structure was designed to house gathering spaces, an indoor spa, overlooking loft, indoor/outdoor bar and grill. Connecting the pool house to the renovated 9,400 sf residence is a covered walkway and an underground bowling alley.
Site constraints for the homeowners’ dream of a two lane bowling alley led to the underground structure with green roof construction methods and mine shaft influenced décor. Breaking through the existing foundation wall connected the lower level bar, game room and theater of the residence to the bowling alley creating the ultimate at-home entertaining experience.
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