Design and build of a bridge to allow access across a stream. A video of the project can be viewed from this page.
Large retaining wall with new curved steps giving access to lower garden and stream.
Curved garden boundary wall along with partial rebuild of a ha ha.
Re-modelling of entrance and driveway to create a beautiful space at the front of this impressive property.
Built with a mixture of reclaimed stone, we were tasked with creating a new boundary wall for this recently renovated property.
Complete rebuild of dilapidated garden wall to compliment stunning country garden.
A continually flowing curved wall following the contours of a meandering path on two sides and seat built in on the lawned side.
Rerouting of uncontrolled watercourse and rebuild of wall.
Rebuild of a retaining wall that had failed due to a combination of poor workmanship and ground movement.
This wall now forms a garden boundary but was once part of an ancient causeway connecting a church and an abbey.
Former field entrance reconfigured to allow access to stable yard and paddocks.
Retaining wall built up into free standing boundary wall with 6ft wall end.
Small wall built to screen wheelie bins in lovely town garden. Incorporating green man water feature and stone trough.
Slightly curved wall built with a central gap for access to a pond/nature area.
New wall built to seclude an orchard area at the bottom of a garden.
To Say "I'm happy" with my new circular olive tree drystone wall is a major understatement! How Tracey and Jason make a pile of random stones into a stunning focal point is simply amazing! Their stunning stonework has inspired me to re-design my garden and incorporate as much of their work as possible."Andy Robinson - Arthington
Made a great job of extensive repairs to our drystone wall. Helpful friendly service. Highly recommended."Lynne Newsome - Norwood
We highly recommend Living Stone Dry Stone Walling :-) Last year they built a wall in our private driveway and we asked them back recently to build a garden wall using our stone from an original crumbling wall. Jason and Tracey are a very hard working, talented and really nice couple with a good eye for the natural beauty in stone and the colour tones that come out of it -born to be stonemasons! It was also a pleasure to meet their 2 beautiful dogs Forest and Tucker"Anne Murtough - Otley