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James calls this deck the “listening point.” You’d get there by walking about 300 to 400 yards through the woods to a south-facing bluff on a rock formation. “I built this deck to sit down and be quiet and listen to the wind and birds,” he says. Because he doesn’t appreciate obstructed views but wanted to contain any accidents, he strung metal cables between the corner posts. The deck is 100 square feet, constructed of the same composite decking as the main porch.

James calls this deck the “listening point.” You’d get there by walking about 300 to 400 yards through the woods to a south-facing bluff on a rock formation. “I built this deck to sit down and be quiet and listen to the wind and birds,” he says. Because he doesn’t appreciate obstructed views but wanted to contain any accidents, he strung metal cables between the corner posts. The deck is 100 square feet, constructed of the same composite decking as the main porch.