The proposed design creates a harmonious outdoor living environment by taking advantage of views to the open golf course, while establishing spaces that provide the opportunity for various levels of entertaining and play. The narrowed driveway entrance between the existing mature Black Olive trees allows for a better sequence of arrival with plantings of native saw palmetto and ferns, as well as oolite columns and low entry walls. Natural oolite blocks are strategically placed within the low vegetation and through the lawn to allow for play and exploration. Updated plantings along interior pathways and the private courtyard provide visual texture against the Mid-Century architecture of the home. Existing bust sculptures along the northeast garden courtyard are set within planting, while ‘Peaches’ the cow is located in the backyard overlooking the first tee box. The existing columns of the pergola will receive a more contemporary designed roof structure that consists of louvre elements and solid panels. Adjacent to the pergola is a raised herb and vegetable garden. Opposite of the pergola, is a specimen Gumbo Limbo tree surrounded by sand and natural limestone boulders within the lawn to create a naturescape for play. This east side of the backyard also houses the pool equipment and the outdoor oven, each buffered with planting. Plantings along the back property line would include native palms and a low hedge to maximize view to the golf course from house, while still maintaining privacy for users within the pool area. The planting palette includes native grasses, lush ferns, specimen shade trees, native palms and palmettos. Both property lines are buffered with vegetation to camouflage unsightly roof lines of neighboring homes and provide additional privacy of the backyard without hindering views to the golf course.