FIRE pits have turned into an outdoor must-have. In this space the fire pit built by
Mark Johnson Custom Homes becomes the focal point, offering both purpose and
dynamic design. When juxtaposed against the waterfall coming off the roofline of
the outdoor pavilion, the fire and ice scene is enough to sell a house. It did for Peter
and Brook Dorosko, who purchased the property in Landfall in 2019.
“I could see the waterfall on the right side of the pool and the fire pit on the left side
and then when I looked straight over the pool there was the golf course,” Brook Dorosko
says. “I said, ‘This is it Pete, this is it, honey.’ We could see the water as it cascaded into
the heated pool and the flickering flames of fire with golf greens beyond. We knew we
The pavilion, featuring a summer kitchen, is a gathering spot for friends and family. A
second fire pit of real wood is used to roast hot dogs and make s’mores. The
Doroskos recently added a dragonfly garden.
The pool’s fire bowl is set on a custom pedestal made of black granite in a
vertical layout. The pool deck is in silver travertine. The waterfall lights up
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Overlooking the Landfall golf course, this modern outdoor space is centered around a custom fire bowl atop granite by Stone Garden that
illuminates the space as a waterfall cascades into the pool. The pavilion and outdoor area was built by Mark Johnson Custom Homes. The
pool deck is of silver travertine.