A large contemporary home in Colston Bassett that uses cropped face walling stone, note the band course of alternative pointing methods to the upper half of the house.
Spacious family house in the village Nocton near Lincon with double garage.
A charming traditional property in Lincolnshire. Note how the brick, segmental arches complement the stone, an example of how brick and stone can work well together.
A stylish home in the heart of Lincoln, a great example of how mixing limestone with contemporary design can work extremely well.
A stunning mansion built just outside Temple Bruer. A beautiful example of formal design with natural building stone.
Here is a bungalow built with cropped walling in Grendan. The home features stone pillars that complement the front and add a sense of grandeur to the building.
A traditional stone home in Towcester with a slate roof, stone lintels and a dry stone wall around the garden.
A two storey barn conversion style property in East Claydon
A formal property built from Ironstone Limestone.
A contemporary home built using cropped walling in the village of Colston Bassett.
Impressive Woodcote House designed by Zielinski Baker and Partners in Stoke Bruerne, Northhamptonshire.
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