This home is in the outer edge of Cambridge, ON. Off the street you drive through a beautiful mature bush, which opens up to this beautiful home. It is mostly squared with a small amount of random and ledgerock. You can create more gold in these blends by using more squared and random shapes (which is bed face), and more beige by using more ledgerock (which is the vein face).


In the close-up picture, notice the beautiful texture of the bed face (the piece under the hand). We chipped the edges of that piece before tumbling it, as we did for a small percentage of this project.


The front door has squared fitted pieces surrounding it.


Notice the special shapes made to match the window arches, and the Weatheredge Limestone 4″ height by 6″ depth window sills with hand chiseled front edges. 


This fireplace has very large squared pieces of tumbled Harvest Gold Limestone. Notice the one piece lintel above the fireplace opening, which goes from one side of the fireplace to the other. We can cut amazing pieces from this quarry, up to 22 feet long.


Imagine having a beautiful bedroom behind these rustic doors. The rustic wooden doors, fit the tumbled Harvest Gold wall very well.


This spacious garage with outdoor parking above looks nearly ancient with the tumbled Harvest Gold Limestone. The steel rod iron in the lookout area looks so good with the natural stone as well. The barn on this property has matching stone as well.

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