Step back in time and scroll through this photo gallery of stunning houses with stone exterior. No need to be born hundreds of years ago or to rent a century-old house just to live in one.
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Whether it’s standing on top of a hill or tucked in a forest, a stone house has the power to hit you with nostalgia as they carry with them a historic legacy built from centuries ago. No wonder many suburban houses with a stone exterior have popped up, instantly standing out from the rest of ordinary houses.
More and more homeowners have transformed their houses with a stone exterior, and it’s only natural given the stone’s sense of permanence and durability. Stone houses can outlive their occupants and even last several lifetimes. On the downside, the stone is expensive. So other people opt for a synthetic stone veneer siding. It’s cheaper but has inferior quality than the real thing.
Scroll down to see a variety of houses with stone exterior.
A sturdy-looking luxury stone house in light and dark tones of gray.
A modern house with one side made of painted concrete and the other side made of durable stone exteriors.
A big stone house with a dark roof and dark brown, wooden linings.
This simple, medium-sized stone house is enhanced by its surroundings full of green plants.
A gray-toned stone house which is not that tall but definitely wide and spacious. Its roof and windows are accented with a white lining for a better emphasis.
A huge stone house with a touch of light brown tones. It has 3 garages and a spacious area in front, which is a perfect spot for landscaping ideas.
This stone house is something you will see in the urban areas. It is a bungalow-type of home with a brown wooden door and french windows. Its maintained lawn goes well with its stoned walkway.
An old, stone house enhanced with some standard bricks. The vines that are crawling on the sides of the wall surely gives this house a sentimental aura.
A stone house with a two-gate garage. Although this house is mainly made of stone, it still has a wooden vertical siding to freshen up its overall appearance.
A stone house looking fresh and modern with its light-colored exterior and contemporary finish.
A small, one-floor stone house with a wooden door and window frames, surrounded by a stone fencing. The wood accents of this sturdy house complement well with its stone exterior.
Two-story stone house with some parts accented with bricks. The house’s overall exterior revolves around warm orange and brown tones.
An old, historic house with a stone exterior complemented with dark green window frames. Its weathered structure, together with the vines and plants crawling upon its walls, give this house a nostalgic finish.
A two-story house made of sandstones and marbles. Its overall color lies among the neutral, rosy and peach tones. This kind of finish goes well with flower gardens and colorful landscapes.
A huge, sandstone house with a crisp and elegant finish. The house’s architectural design is simple and straightforward, just a minimalist touch for a professional-looking finish.
Old stone house with a staircase on the side. Its nostalgic interface is enhanced with colorful flowers and refreshing green plants.
A lovely stone house with double-hung windows. The white soffit, window, and door trims give this house a fancy yet minimalist finish.
A big stone house in light brown and khaki shades, implemented with tall and square, concrete columns.
A fancy stone house with a spacious built Its unique windows highlight the overall appearance of the house. It has a big custom-shaped window on the right side and an elegant-looking bay window at the central part of the mansion.
A stone house looking old but sturdy with its all-granite exterior.
A modern stone house with a spacious space for garage and parking. It has a bay window on the left-most part and a set of three similar windows on the upper area.
Stone houses with this kind of appearance are often seen in movies taken in Tuscany. They are huge and spacious but does not have many details, just the placement of stones. These kinds of houses are usually built on high areas that’s why a stairway is essential.
A large stone house with two chimneys and lots of windows. What makes this house extravagant is its stone fences with a metal gate, very regal.
A simple, neutral-toned stone house with a garden full of colorful flowers.
Gray house with gravel exteriors. This type of all-stone house is usually found in urban areas near the mountains or forests.
A warm-toned stone house with its windows highlighted with some bricks for an extra style.
Townhouses in the street of Europe. They usually have a stone exterior for a sturdy finish.
A standard 2-story house made of stones. This one looks like those houses we drew when we were young: One door, two windows each floor and of course, chimneys.
A stone cottage with a chimney. This one is not that big but it gives this comfy and cozy aura. The cottage’s simple look is enhanced with the shaped plants scattered on its front area.
A warm-toned stone house with a beautiful landscape and a spacious walkway.
A big, luxury stone house with a three-entrance garage. The house is surrounded by woods and trees at the back and its front area is landscaped beautifully.
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