Incorporating large pieces of granite into homesteads has been a staple in New England’s architecture for centuries. Whether used as part of the home or in the landscape, granite adds permanence and elegance that can not be found with other materials. It’s no surprise that many of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in the world are made of granite.
Ledge House Farm granite has been quarried since 1864 and used throughout the region to build many of the manufacturing mills, public buildings, and private residences.
Ledge House Farm offers authentic New England granite in size denominations from pinning and chinks to large blocks. Our stone comes with a slightly rough, split face, textured surface revealing a unique color palette that can’t be replicated anywhere else.