Tory Row Puddingstone Patio

As part of a Tory Row, Cambridge home renovation, S+H Landscape & Sitework Division installed an outdoor kitchen and pool. The stonework for the surrounding stone walls and patios involved masonry restoration of the original stonework, using Roxbury Puddingstone, found only in the Boston basin. Quarried in Roxbury, Brighton, Newton, and Brookline, it was a popular building material in the 19th century.  Used to construct masonry walls and foundations throughout Boston, you’ll find it featured in many historical buildings, such as the Central Congregational Church in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood.

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