Nothing is more impressive than a beautifully installed driveway using antique reclaimed SANDSTONE cobble and reclaimed limestone CURB!
European Sandstone cobblestone is a very hard, tight grained, durable cobblestone – as durable as granite. This unique reclaimed antique cobble was originally quarried in Western Europe – a quarry dating back to the 18th century that has been used for building and paving stone in villages and cities for hundreds of years!
The Southern California project in the photo above, selected Historic European Cobblestone’s antique Sandstone in the 6” x 6” size sawn thin at 1.5” for a concrete base and 200 lineal feet of antique reclaimed limestone curb: 6″ wide x 12″ to 36″ random lengths x 6″ sawn height. What an impressive combination! For additional photos visit our gallery page and scroll to photo # 83 to #85.
Antique cobblestone by virtue of age, has worn tops giving them a notable luster, patina and charm. Over time, sandstone cobble has worn to a smoother, foot friendly surface . Because its very comfortable under-foot, its a great material for walkways or patios and yet perfectly suited for driveways.
And very unique to antique reclaimed cobblestone – sandstone cobblestone offers an extremely gorgeous color range as seen in the photo. Colors vary from earth tones, grey and earthy green, providing a perfect palette to compliment many architectural styles.Click on this link to view all the beautiful antique sandstone photos in our gallery.
We import genuine reclaimed antique cobblestone in 6 different sizes, which can be found here: Historic European Cobblestone Specifications – including the option for a thin paver height (sawn at 1.25 to 2″) for concrete based installations. There are even more cobblestone options available in more rare and unique sizes and colors. Remember, Historic European sandstone cobblestone is freeze/thaw resistant – having weathered beautifully over hundreds of years of temperature conditions!
Looking for a unique antique reclaimed cobblestone? You’ve come to the right place! Visit Historic European Cobblestone Sandstone: www.HistoricEuropeanCobblestone.com