The idea of this page is to give an insight in to how Marnhull Stone has been used in building throughout the centuries and to show how different styles and weathering changes the appearance of the stone. We will include projects that are currently under development and at the completed stage

Random Guillotined and Honed Dressings
Scabbled Ashlar and Honed Dressings
Extension with Tooled Random Rubble and Marnhull window dressings
Random cropped stone for new build in Marnhull
Sawn and split with brick quoins plinth and window surrounds-in-marnhull
Sawn and Split new build in Sturminster Newton
Random cropped Marnhull stone
Punched bathstone quoins and Batted Marnhull stone ashlar
New build in Stour Row using sawn and split on the gable ends
Batted Marnhull ashlar and punched Bathstone dressings
House in Bridport
Development in Gillingham
Local Marnhull stone house
Random guillotined Marnhull stone with Marnhull stone Lintels and Cills
Honed Marnhull Ashlar
Honed Ashlar and Random guillotined Marnhull stone
Poundbury, Dorchester
Development in Mere, Wiltshire
Poundbury, Dorchester
Local development
Local development
Local development
Local new build house
Local Marnhull stone house
Development in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Tisbury development
Development in Tisbury
The Exchange Sturminster Newton