Check out the virtual tour created by Blu Skye Media here. One of the most innovative and influential landscape designers of the 20th Century, Thomas (Tommy) Church (1902-1978) was the man who gave us two iconic post WWII landscape elements– introducing in 1948 the kidney-shaped swimming pool set in concrete, and decking around native trees to preserve both the trees and provide shaded hardscape. Now taken for granted, both features evolved out of his fundamental philosophy that gardens should be used and lived in, not just looked at. More here.