Adding antique granite curbing to a property can do wonders to spruce up the front of a property.  We use these slabs for all types of things:  walkways, patios, stepping stones, bridges and steps to name a few.  The photo’s below show the way they were originally intended, as curbing.  To add a touch of history to this new colonial reproduction we added granite curbing to separate the parking court from the house.  The landscape design calls for a colonial style cedar fence which will run along the top of the granite curbing and a mixed border garden of groundcovers, perennials, evergreen and deciduous shrubs and a couple of flowering trees which will be complete in phase two.

Before photo

Left side curbing complete.  Right side in place and waiting for cement.
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