Reclaimed Granite Products

Salvaged granite block material
Bridge and Foundation Block


New England cobblestone for driveways, paved walks, patios
Reclaimed Granite Cobblestones


Reclaimed from road projects throughout New England
Reclaimed Granite Curb


Old style feather and wedge hand split posts
Hand Split Granite Posts




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Olde New England Granite
specializes in vintage and reclaimed granite for all your historic hardscape product needs. Antique, recycled, repurposed or salvaged, we have the most granite material from all over New England. We currently stock a wide variety of reclaimed granite products such as historic Boston foundation / seawall block (all dimensions), trestle and bridge support block, standard and junior size (slope) curbing, pillars, posts, turn-of-the century cobblestones, and other unique and interesting granite pieces including antique brick paving blocks, window lintels, granite monuments, mile markers, we always have something new in our yard. Get the great look of an aged patina on your next project!

We are suppliers of reclaimed historic hardscape materials. Granite wall building block, reclaimed from bridge and foundation demolitions, antique granite curbing, vintage 19th century cobblestones from New England mills and unique antique brick pavers from Ohio, are only some of the materials available at our granite farm. We provide design/build contractors and DIYers with historic granite, cobblestone and brick pavers to be used in many aspects of landscape design. Antique driveway paving and entry enhancements, aprons, edging, walkways and walls constructed in these materials gives that venerable “New England” look. In addition, an antique granite step,landing, post or bench makes a handsome period addition to most any landscape.

"Add a Little History to Your Hardscape."

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