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Stone House

Cozy Stone Cottage

Cozy Stone Cottage - Stone Houses

This small Stone Cottage inspires memories of days gone by. It is located on 4 acres with commanding views of the local hills.

The stone house first floor features a living room with a natural stone fireplace and ceiling beams to complete the cottage atmosphere. The large front to back kitchen with center island and ceiling beams includes a dining area. A full bath with walk-in shower completes the first floor of this stone house.

On the second floor there is a large master bedroom and two small bedrooms. A full bath rounds out the second floor.

Each bathroom features extensive tile work. The floors are classic wide board pine. The total living space of this enchanting cottage is 1500 sq ft plus a full basement.

Colonial Stone House

This exceptional Stone House Colonial reproduction is situated on 5+ acres with inspiring views of the surrounding countryside.

The first floor of this stone house features a dining room, den, half bath, and a living room with an arched fieldstone fireplace. The dining room and living room have ceiling beams. There is also a spacious kitchen with french doors leading to private backyard. The side entrance leads into a mud room, which is conveniently connected to the kitchen.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms, a full bath, plus a master bedroom suite with a walk-in closet and private bath.

There totals two and a half bathrooms, each with tile work. The floors are of classic wide board pine flooring. The total living space is 2400 sq ft, plus a full basement.

Majestic Georgian Stone House

Stone House - Georgian

This incredible Stone Georgian, set among ancient oaks and hickories, overlooks the countryside and enjoys views of the beautiful Catskill Mountains. Situated on 11 private acres with a pond, this stone mansion is truly elegant.

The first floor of this stone house features a large eat in kitchen, with granite counters. A formal dining room, library, and pantry are also on the first floor. There is a wonderful living room with an arched fieldstone fireplace and french doors leading to a brick patio. A half bath rounds out the first floor.

The second floor consists of two bedrooms, a study, the master suite and a full bath. The master suite contains a large bedroom, two walk-in closets and a bathroom featuring a Jacuzzi, double sinks and a walk-in shower.

Each bathroom has wonderful tile work. The floors are classic wide board pine flooring. The total living space is 3400 sq ft, plus a full basement.

Other Stone House information:

With the endless supply of shelter possibilities it is incredibly unusual to find a house made from stone today. However, they do exist and have several advantages over other structures.

The first and most obvious advantage of owning a stone house is its affordability. Since stones can be found anywhere and can be gathered at no cost, building a stone house costs very little. Besides the stones that you collect you will need sand, cement, gravel, and a few metal reinforcements. You can build a comfortable house from stone for under $10, 000, if you can find your stones for free.

Another advantage of living in a stone house is its durability. It is fireproof, can not be infested by bugs or vermin, and can not rot. A well built stone structure can stand for centuries. A stone house can be passed down for generations without having to worry about upkeep. Natural stone is attractive in its natural state and requires very little maintenance. It comes in a variety of colors and shapes so the style of your home is up to you.

In addition, stone houses are great insulators. They slowly heat during the day to keep you comfortable. In addition a stone house will trap some warmth within its walls to keep you relatively heated at night. However, if you live in a particularly rigid climate you may want to consider additional insulation for heat.

Building a house from stone is not for everyone. However, you can clearly see that it does have some advantages that you may want to consider.

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