With the structural envelope complete and the cold winter temperatures behind us, the masonry work has begun in earnest. The design of 60 Bragg Hill is graced with stone texture on both interior and exterior surfaces. An accurate masonry color palette that faithfully reflects Chester County’s heritage was critical. We used a local quarry, Rolling Rock Building Stone, Co. just 33 miles from Bragg Hill for all of our stone material. Local masons from Lancaster county provided the hand craftsmanship and artistry that achieved our goal of authenticity.
The wood mantle in the living room was reclaimed from an old timber frame beam that once graced a nearby farmhouse. This is the first time during the entire construction process that finish textures of the home have been revealed to us.