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Bargate Stone

Bargate Stone is a hard honey coloured sandstone, found in South West Surrey. It occurs in a number of Surrey villages such as Compton, as well as towns such as Guildford, and was used by Edwin Lutyens on some of his best domestic work. It often used for rubble work, sometimes squared but largely with a rubble face.


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Companies supplying goods or services for Bargate Stone
Antique Buildings Ltd
Hunterswood Farm, Alfold Road, Dunsfold, Godalming, Surrey, GU8 4NP
Tel 01483-200477
Email: info@antiquebuildings.com
Website: www.antiquebuildings.com
Antique Buildings Ltd was founded in 1975, specialising in ancient oak-framed buildings. They are architectural consultants on re-erecting and converting timber frames, holding stocks of complete frames of buildings, such as houses, barns, cartsheds, and granaries, painstakingly drawn, numbered and photographed, before being carefully dismantled for re-erection. They also can supply reclaimed oak beams, handmade peg tiles, handmade bricks, Yorkstone Flags, Bargate Stone, Sussex Stone, Oak Plank Doors, Yorkstone and Granite Setts, Terracotta Floor Tiles, Brick Pavers, and reclaimed floorboards.