Stone Church

Beautiful Stone Christ Church Parish House in Montpelier, Vermont

I love beautiful stone work. This church in Montpelier, Vermont is a splendid example of what can be done in the long lasting medium of stone. Someday it is my plan to finish off the exterior of our cottage in stone so I’m always studying other stone buildings for ideas.

A Splendid Cut Stone Roof

So while I study I gather stone. Big piles of rock grow all around our home. The ermine and the dogs both love them. Our walls won’t look as precisely cut as these but will more likely be more wild stone which will fit our mountain landscape.

Outdoors: 84°F/59°F Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 76°F/68°F

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2 Responses to Stone Church

  1. Cheryl Z says:

    That’s a beautiful church! We own some property in Missouri that we plan to build on in about 10 years. There is a lot of granite on the land and we would like to use it on the house, too. White, pink and gray, mostly. My husband said that every time we go there we need to dig up rocks and make a pile so by the time we build it’ll be ready to go!

  2. Nance says:

    Awesome Church!

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