Project Details

Type: Custom Pool House

Location: Staunton, VA

Project Date: 2010

Services Performed: Full Bathroom, Full Kitchen, Living Room, Rolling Island, Stamped Concrete Floors, Seasonal Building

Project Overview: This structure was designed by the homeowner, and we built it per his design. Also, the building is seasonal (with no heat and A/C in the building.) So this meant that the interior finishes had to be able to handle the season cycles that the exteriors of homes go through.

One of the really neat features of the custom kitchen done by Mill Cabinet Shop is the rolling island. It can be rolled out to the pool area and used as a bar!

The floors are a stamped concrete with a compass logo in the center of the room. In addition, the interior of the walls were coated with stucco.  Insulation was installed, and the water lines were installed in a way that the water can be shut off in the fall and then drained out so that the building is winterized. There is a full Bathroom, full Kitchen and a Living Room area in the Pool House.

Bathroom with shower room on the right side of the pool house. This extends off the main room of the pool house.

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The exterior of the building is a James Hardie siding that was installed as a board and batten siding to match up to the house siding. In addition, the roof shingles match the house. Also, we had to install a trench drain along the entire front to help with keeping water from entering the building.

Custom guttering was installed to save the tree! Rather than removing the tree, there was an easy solution to keep both the tree and the pool house’s original location.

Building/Designing the Pool House

There was a space restriction where the building needed to go, and we also had some major grade issues that had to be dealt with. In addition, the structure was built as a pole barn structure. Also, stone was put in as needed to fill in the grade.

The Pool House is holding up great. We went back in August of last year to do some maintenance on the ceiling panels. We saw that after 6 years the products that were used were holding up great!