Turn your problems into deck solutions
Build long and narrow on a shallow lot
A lot that doesn't lend itself to an expansive deck shouldn't stop you from building one. A long, narrow deck, say 8x30', might just fit the bill. This example wraps around the corner of the house and includes a new stone walk that connects it to the front of the house and a brick patio joining it to the back of the house.
The design centers on a sliding door for access to the family room and includes lattice panels to screen the deck from the street. A patio extends the usable space while adding an extra level.
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