Recycling quality materials
For this landscaping and restoration Project, in Anthony Torpoint
The seat was added to take advantage of an opportunity to chat to the dog walkers and ramblers and just the right distance if you didn't
The bespoke granite steps obtained from Dennis Perry the Granite man, this wall was moved back by 4ft, 1.2 m to allow more light into the property.
The courtyard viewed from scaffolding underneath the delabole slab in front of the first window is a water container lined with Delabole slate
The bespoke granite steps leading up to the top terrace now with dwaf natural stone walls with lime mortar
The top Terrace and beyond at Maryfield Coachhouse.
The view of the Garden from the top Terrace with a couple of Harvey's Bonsai trees.
The top drive with Indian Sandstone paving with granite setts already here on site.
The lower parking bay with cobbles found on site and Delabole flag stepping stones.
The view from the top terrace onto the garden.
The finished driveway with granite setts acting as small level changes, the wall coping idea stole in part from Buckland Abbey, with Some artistic level changes.
This gives a bit of an idea of the work that we carried out, the recycled clay pavers were tricky to lay with complete uniformity due to a basic three size difference.
Looking towards the Parlour
Pat and Harvey with Zak a thoroughly loveable Border Terrier a gift from the previous owners who were emigrating.
The Piggery Courtyard finished I just love it!
This is the Driveway in Progress
The Piggery Courtyard under way
The Piggery before
The top terrace before
The top driveway before