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Building Materials For Heritage Sympathetic Developments

A 13-room hotel attached to the 18th Century Duke of Marlborough Country Inn in Wootton Woodstock has recently been opened but it needed a suitable building materials to ensure the development fitted with the existing heritage buildings.

The suitable materials had to be similar in appearance to natural stone and also be at an affordable price. The solution was a reconstructed stone from Bradstone. Bradstone's Rough Dressed Walling in Southwold shade is reminiscent in appearance of roughly dressed quarried stone and closely resembles other building materials used in the area. Bradstone Conservation slates were also used on the construction that is receiving a lot of compliments from patrons and people living nearby.

The walling is available in a range of sizes and shades including Cotswold, Southwold, Weathered Cotswold, Keinton, Silver Grey and Ironstone. It also allows for regional variations in coursing styles and indigenous stone characteristics.

Source: Bradstone

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