Old World Backyard Sanctuary

An unfinished pool area is transformed into a larger entertaining area with the feel of a centuries old Italian ruin surrounding a luxurious courtyard colonnade.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionWith miles of nature all around for the Petruzzi family to enjoy, the only part of their new home they are not completely satisfied with is the backyard.
Greg and Stacy Petruzzi love living right outside of Raleigh, N.C. With the city's colorful blend of history, culture and good old-fashioned Southern charm, it's easy to see why Raleigh has become one of the fastest growing cities in the country. The homeowners and their two children, Nick and Amanda, love spending time in their home. However, they wish they were also excited about spending time in their backyard.

Greg and Stacy traded New York for a peaceful home in North Carolina. The city of Raleigh not only has a significantly slower pace, but miles of nature all around for the Petruzzi family to enjoy. The only part of their new home they are not completely satisfied with is the backyard. The rectangular yard is filled with dirt, little landscaping and no privacy.

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