The Buried Pool House

This was a smoker house, we found oxygen tanks and inhalers all over upon taking possession. It took 3 coats of primer to get the paint to stick even after washing down the walls. The backyard was especially cool with over 1/3 acre lot. The pool had been filled in since the early 80’s, we dug it out and saved it by painting it with epoxy and simply adding a new pump and filter. Since this project took place during the beautiful San Diego summer, I fixed the pool first so I could take swim breaks. The concrete flat work in the backyard and clearing of the hill really made it resort-like. This backyard was great for weekend barbeques while finishing the job. The home got new paint in and out, laminate flooring throughout, new dual pane windows, updated kitchen and baths as well as all new fixtures. I added a sliding glass door from the third bedroom out to the huge new concrete backyard flatwork. The house took only 43 days to sell.

Before and After Video

Buried Pool House Before Front
Buried Pool House After Front
Buried Pool House Before Side
Buried Pool House After Side
Buried Pool House Before Living Room
Buried Pool House After Living Room
Buried Pool House Before Pool 1
Buried Pool House After Pool 1
Buried Pool House Before Pool 2
Buried Pool House After Pool 2