This early 20th century Craftsman style home in New York had been extensively re-designed by Jessie Chapman and Peter LaBau with Goodhouse Design a few years ago. The next phase was an addition of a Carriage House, designed to maintain the look of the main home, and incorporating carefully sourced authentic products.

The designers and homeowners wanted authentic cobblestone and paving stone for the exterior of the building. Using images gathered from historic structures in Upstate New York, Goodhouse was excited to find our Historic European Cobblestone collection. All agreed it would beautifully complete the desired look for the entry court. In addition, we welcomed the request and – the challenge, to supply unique, one of a kind large reclaimed antique limestone farm pavers for the border. Using our extensive list of European resources, we were successful in finding the beautiful Belgian farm pavers seen here.

The images provided by Goodhouse, captures the excellent craftsmanship and attention to detail. We were thrilled to play an important role in this project, supplying authentic cobblestone and pavers which allowed the designer’s vision and homeowners dream to become reality!


  • Historic European Cobblestone antique reclaimed SANDSTONE cobble: 5″x5″x5″.
  • Historic European Cobblestone” antique reclaimed GRANITE cobble: 5″x8″x6-7″ hg
  • Antique limestone curbing: 6″ w x 6″ hg x random lengths 12″ – 36″ lg, sawn ends.
  • Antique Belgian limestone farm pavers: 16″ x 24″ pavers

Designer & Photographer: Goodhouse Design LLC

Builder: McClurg Construction

For more images of this project visit our gallery section; “Historic Reclaimed Sandstone Cobblestone” at