These homeowners took the desire for a fish pond and a deck and turned it into one extreme project.
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First the Waterfall
This extreme deck is a vision to behold for water lovers. It showcases a waterfall. "The homeowners actually wanted a fish pond," says Hamilton Brock, of Graham Vannoy Construction Company in Rising Fawn, Ga. "But they also wanted the unique feature of having a waterfall on top of the deck cascading over to the other side." The waterfall had to be constructed before starting on the deck. It was braced with cinder blocks and the veneer consisted of mountain stone, and the deck was actually built into the waterfall, which gives it a natural look.
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