Adjacent to the White Clay Creek State Park, Jim and Cec Ireland were looking for a way to enhance their already breath taking view. Jim consulted with Evergreen personnel on an almost daily basis to make sure that key features were incorporated as this project came together. Pennsylvania Antiqued Flagstone was used for this entire project. It was used for pool coping and patios, walls, steps, and even the firepit. All vertical surfaces were split and stacked to create the beautiful veneers, while native boulders and slabs were used to overcome the elevation changes in the yard, allowing Evergreen Hardscaping to tuck the firepit into the far back corner of the yard. Split rail fence was used to keep the backdrop as natural as possible, while CAST low voltage lighting was installed to accent walls, columns and the surrounding landscape.