House Crush N° 43 —Stone House

stone house

House Crush entry drive-WOW!


Stone house—the words just conjure up visions of charming English country cottage homes. You all know by now that I am an Anglophile. I love stone cottages, walls, gardens, paths—they make me smile. And this lovely stone house has it all.

The edged drive planted with hydrangea, pachysandra and boxwood leads to the walled, gravel courtyard entry planed with the same varieties of plants. ‘Welcome, please come in for a visit’… should be on a sign above the door. The many roof lines and choice of entrance ways add to its curb appeal.

Charming details such as the small vents, dovecote over the garage, nailhead shutters, covered entries and stone steps stopped me immediately for a closer look. Notice the details and maybe you can find a charming idea that would be perfect for your home!


charming stone house

This stone house is so very charming.


stone house

The right side of the house has three different areas.



Dovecotes always add charm—even if they are faux.


stone entry steps

What a cute covered side entry door—love the stone steps too.


golf cart garage

Every golf cart needs a home, too—great shutter details.


golf cart garage

A really close look


stone fireplace

The left side features a walled garden and parking area.


entry drive

What an entry!

♥, Lissy
All photos by Lissy Parker for You are welcome to ‘borrow’ my photos—just please credit and link the source.


September 21, 2018
September 28, 2018



  1. Reply

    Cathy Garrett

    September 26, 2018

    I love, love stone houses also. This is a beauty. Love the shutters and wish i could see inside!


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      September 26, 2018

      I would love to see inside. I have been watching this one—landscaping is looking good now.

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    March 9, 2020

    Do you haven idea what type of stone they used. I would love to use it on a new build!

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      March 16, 2020

      Tammy, I think this is a local fieldstone. I have similar one at my house. Mine is a mixture of gray and brown stones. Check with your local stone man—be sure to take a picture with you.
      xo, Lissy


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