These two stones measure almost ten feet across. They both have unique blue tones. The squarer of the two stones was salvaged from the Millbury Residence. It was a stone used in a roof of a cellar entrance. These are ideal for landings or center pieces for a natural flagging patio. Contact us today if you are interested in any type of natural stone.
We have access to sixty tons of oversized rustic stone slabs. These slabs have iron deposits which give them their red tones. These stones are NOT brittle and soft. Many of the stones are nearly five foot square and carry a 6″ thickness. Contact us today if you are looking for a great way to cover ALOT of ground. The price is right on this stuff!
These stones along with hundreds of tons of others were salvaged from a mill building in Auburn, Ma. The building was built in 1903 and housed a chain manufacturer. We have hundreds of unique elements from the building including granite lintels, keystones, trimstones and more.
Contact us today if your are interested in buying or selling granite salvaged from across New England.
This foundation stone was salvaged from a project on Route 67 in Warren, Ma. It is being reused as a step. We have a great inventory of colonial and turn of the century granite products. This includes foundations stones, fence posts, steps and slabs as well as unique items like Millstones and Wellstones. Contact us today for you reclaimed and salvaged stone needs.
We recently created four matching hitching posts for a customer. These stones measured 48″ long and were roughly 6″ square. We installed the hitching rings as well. We have the inventory to create any amount of granite posts. We us traditional splitting techniques to insure that every stone looks like it has been there for years. Contact us today if you are interested in granite posts of any sort.
We have been working hard to set up a client friendly yard. This includes sorting and organizing each and every stone. Our post display has proven to be a great success. With 8 posts sold in the first week I am sure it will be keeping us busy.
For years we have been carefully salvaging granite ans stone from across New England. It is with this great inventory that we are able to create one of a kind granite step sets. These sets can range from 24″-144″ wide. The average rise is 6″-8″ and some stones are as deep as 36″. If having a piece of history in your yard is exciting and important that contact us today! We have stones from barn foundation, farms, old churches and buildings.
Driving back and forth to work can often having you take for granted the beautiful sights that surround us. Here are some great examples of 19th and early 20th century stonework located in Warren, Ma on Route 67.
In late November we sold nearly one hundred feet of our prime Granite Foundation Stones . These stones were salvaged from the Millbury, Ma estate. We still have fifty linear feet of material in our yard in Charlton, Ma. Please contact us today if you are interested in a piece of unique local history.
This job was completed in 2010-2011. We were able to incorporate many different materials including accent posts, granite curbing and New England Field Stone. If you are interested in this type of landscaping design or material selection please contact us today at email@example.com
Using granite salvaged from New Ipswich, NH we carefully fabricated three pieces for a fireplace surround. We were able to supply all three pieces from one larger foundation stone. No waste! Contact us today if your interested in a one of a kind fireplace surround using reclaimed granite or field stone.
This pile was intimidating to say the least. With over three thousand feet of stone in one pile it took nearly three weeks to sort and truck back to our yard. Most of the stones were in excess of seven feet and weighed close to 2000 or more pounds each. We were so fortunate to buy this granite. It was our first salvage attempt with this much material. We still have five hundred feet of the nicer step stock in Charlton, Ma. Contact us today @ 508.320.9781 for info on our granite curbing selection. If you have granite we would also love to speak with you. We are always looking to buy old curbing and granite from construction or demolition projects.
This is a great example of Generation One Curbing being used alongside a driveway. This home was built in the late 1700’s and required an authentic but functional installation. We used 5.5″ x 16″ x 36″ pieces of curb to dress the outer edge. The curbing also returned along side the walkway reinforcing the Boston City Hall Pavers.
Stone of New England is proud to be working with Christopher Camosse. He is hand carving and engraving one of a kind inscriptions on granite and stone. If you have a specific design or number you would like to have priced out please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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We have a large inventory of reclaimed granite curbing ideal for step applications. Let us help you design a set of steps that’s not only unique but safe and meets all your local building codes! Contact us today at email@example.com for pricing and info.
Used cobblestones make a great accent to any landscape. Common uses include driveway accents, curbing and edging. These stones have been carefully reclaimed and packaged. Our network of stone sources allows us access to dozens of types of used cobblestones. If you have a specific request please do no hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availability.
We were fortunate enough to salvage stone from an estate in Millbury, Ma. This home was built in 1806 and burnt down in the early 1900’s. Our inventory consists of the pillar caps adorning the posts as well as foundation stones, steps, posts and nearly three hundred tons of heavily weathered fieldstone.
Contact us today if you are interested in having a small piece of history incorporated into your landscape or masonry design.
These stones were taken from our Reclaimed New England Granite Curb. The overall lengths were 48″-56″ . Although many of these stones had natural, rougher edges, the horizontal surfaces were smooth and ideal for stepping.
Let us help design your Reclaimed Granite Step Set. Our inventory consists of thousands of pieces of granite , each one unique.
These birdhouses and baths were hand made by Chris Camosse in Charlton, Ma. He uses reclaimed stones to create one of a kind pieces of art. These are all functional and can be built to your specific requests. Please visit http://thestonebirdhouse.com for more information!
These steps were late editions to our inventory last year. They are currently on pallets in our Charlton yard. These steps are precisely cut and have consistent measurements in all directions. The lengths vary from 48″-66″ in length. These steps would be ideal for front entrance ways where winter maintenance is important and rougher surface may prevent good snow removal.
If you are interested in any type of reclaimed or salvaged granite step please contact me at email@example.com
This unique stone was salvaged two years ago from a mill in Auburn, Ma. The building was located on Rt 12, adjacent to 290. The building had already been dismantled by the time got there but we were fortunate enough to reclaimed 90% of the building including 300 tons of foundation stone and nearly 5 dozen sills and lintels.
This is a nice example of Millyard Garden Curbing. These stones have one flat surface (the former exposed curb face) and one irregular, often wider, surface. We have thousands of feet of the Millyard Garden Curbing from 24″-48″.
We reclaimed this unique color granite from a barn foundation in Harmonyville, Rhode Island. There are great accent stones, posts and steps. Come down to our stone yard in Charlton, Ma to see a great selection of salvaged stone.
We have a great inventory of Large New England Fieldstone Slabs. These stones were salvaged from a foundation in Millbury, Ma. These are available to look at in Charlton, Ma. Please contact us today for any of your stone slab needs!
This granite curbing was repurposed as a driveway and walkway edge in West Brookfield, Ma.
We have thousands of feet of reclaimed granite curbing. We buy and sell granite curbing. If you or someone you know has granite that they would be interested in selling please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org.
We created these posts for a customer of the past two years. These stones have a wavy black/blue/white grain. This stone is easily workable although the grain is not consistent. We have oversizes inventory of this stock left. Many of the pieces are over 8′ long and can be worked down to multiple posts.
We have recently begun salvage efforts at a foundation hole in Millbury, MA.
There is a great selection of heavily weathered New England Fieldstone along with over one hundred feet of granite foundation stones. In addition we have sorted large flat steps that were incorporated into the foundation.
Please contact us if you are interested in a truly authentic stone from an 1806 colonial farm.
These three Millyard Steps were chosen for the consistent thickness at 6″. They also had natural split fronts along with a sawn back edge. This made for an ideal installation. These stones went down to Westin , CT.
Hello everyone! I am happy…and sad, to say that we’ve found a home for these two beautiful pieces of granite. They have been in our inventory for almost three years. I have passed up many offers knowing one day both posts would be used side by side and not split up. I will be sure to have pictures of the installation when it is complete.
Our inventory of posts is continually growing. We have posts from 3′ tall all the way up to 12′ tall. These posts make great statements at the end of the driveway or alongside a stone wall. Do you have a New England fieldstone wall that needs a granite posts? How about a secondary driveway with two hitching posts and a chain? Contact me today to get pricing. Jay @ 508.248.4044
Here are landings sorted. It is important that all the variables be met including 8″ of rise. These stones are 10-12″ thick providing a solid foundation for a life long installation. This granite was reclaimed from a Millyard foundation in Worcester. Attention will be on cleaning surfaces of any residual building debris.
These are two four foot pieces of granite that came from a salvaged railroad bridge.
The granite is very flat and has clean corners.
The second step would sit behind the first taking full advantage of the 19″ tread. The edges of these stones all for perfect alignment.
We will be using the same Railyard Granite Stock to split into fillers to support the second step. We will use traditional methods of splitting and finishing the stones. We also will be cleaning off any risidual building debris.
We recently split three posts using our Milford Granite Stock. The posts were oversized measuring 8″-10″ square and 72″ long. These posts were used to dress the edge of a drive way. Our salvaged stone is carefully fabricated using the traditional methods of drilling and splitting.
Please contact us today for any landscape or masonry project that you are working on.
When it comes to unusual stones that are hard to find Stone of New England is at the top of their game. Our inventory has grown over the winter including a Worcester Mill in which stair sets, keystones and lintels were carefully salvaged. We’ve collected small remnants of the foundation and made 3000lb pallets great for landscape or masonry applications. Contact us today for more info.
Let us design a unique outdoor furniture set using our large inventory of reclaimed granite. Our stone is carefully salvaged from buildings built over one hundred years ago. Bring a piece of history into your landscape.