Pair of complementary salvaged brick finished dwellings with basalt cobbled entrance and bonded gravel forecourts

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Pair of complementary salvaged brick finished dwellings with basalt cobbled entrance and bonded gravel forecourts

These houses are interesting as they have been designed and constructed to complement each other and yet retain their own individual character. They have both been finished with salvaged brick while one has salvaged slate and the other rosemary clay roof tiles.
 
Other finishes include stone steps and cills, and bonded gravel driveways bounded by dished basalt cobbled channels with basalt cobbles channels, to the roadway entrance also.
 
The project was carried out in association with Heritage Developments Ltd.

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