Shop, Utility Building & Basketball Court
The Utility Building is ~160 sq. ft. with 12 ft. vaulted ceiling. The structure follows a concept featured in an article entitled Shipshape Potting Shed in the June 1998 issue of Better Homes and Gardens. The siding is made of cedar and its structure is defined as utilitarian on concrete slab with an authentic Spanish slate roof with copper. It is situated near the half-court basketball court and the Shop. The building houses the landscape tools and supplies in an unfinished interior and is already waiting on the arrival of the Shop Doors which were ordered from an online local provider.
Shop & 88,000 Cistern
The Shop is a ~ 361 sq. ft. fully functional, self-contained building with cedar siding and authentic Spanish slate roof with copper. It has a well illuminated finished interior with a 19 ft. vaulted ceiling and two Convect wall heaters for year-round use, where there is bountiful cabinet space for all manner of property maintenance tools, lifts, and large butcher block work areas for their intended use.
Utility Building Plans
It sits atop the below-ground 88,000 gallon cistern and also contains the built-in Steadypres Inverter cistern equipment and water treatment facilities. The building is outfitted with a Crestron sound and network system, Panasonic digital phone, and Malissa Lighting custom exterior wall sconces and sodium lights for perimeter broad illumination when needed.
The Basketball Court is next to the Utility Building and features a regulation basketball net on somewhat less than a regulation half-court, with nighttime illumination when needed.