This classic New England Colonial features a large stone chimney and retaining wall made of bluestone and ashlar granite. An asymmetric, linear path of thermal top bluestone leads to the entrance, surrounded by spring bulbs, perennials, and shrubs.
A gas fireplace provides additional warmth on cold winter days. The granite-surrounded and stone fireplace, fashioned from reclaimed New England fieldstone, lends storybook charm to the eclectic space.
This classic New England Colonial features a striking exterior, with stone hardscaping, bluestone and ashlar granite retaining walls, and fresh spring bulbs, perennials, and shrubs leading to the entrance.
The waterfront property is surrounded by 17 pristine acres of conservation land. Connected by a quarter-mile causeway, the estate is a stone's throw away from Stonington, widely regarded as one of New England’s loveliest villages.
This fire pit tries to recreate the campfire setting on a New England lakefront property designed by YardApes, based in Connecticut. The stacked stone, pebble floor and handiwork in the design of the wood chairs creates an inviting entertaining spot.
A long, covered porch creates a beautiful al fresco dining spot that takes advantage of this Greenwich, Connecticut, home's picturesque views. A paneled ceiling in a rich wood tone adds warmth to the space and connects to the tree-filled setting. White battered columns are part of the detailed millwork that brings New England character to the stone and clapboard exterior.
A combination of different stones gives this outdoor space a customized and visually interesting look. Stacked New England fieldstone is used throughout the backyard to create seating walls on the patio and retaining walls that terrace the yard. Antique cobblestone divides the bluestone patio to create a separate dining room and conversation area in front of the fireplace, and reclaimed granite is used to make the steps and pillars.