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Sandhurst Stone

Sandhurst Stone – Concrete Blocks

Sandhurst Stone are traditional split face coloured concrete building blocks which can be used for commercial and residential projects. Sandhurst Stone concrete blocks can be used for a range of applications; including residential houses, multi-residential buildings, commercial buildings, internal and external feature walls, pillars and fences. These concrete blocks come in a range of colours and sizes which can complement your project or have a contrast option with a coloured mortar.

Unsure if concrete blocks will suit your home? Check out our slideshow for ideas how you can use these blocks for your next home project.

Features

  • Natural split stone surface texture
  • Variety of block sizes available
  • Complement or contrast with coloured mortar

Suitable for

  • Residential houses, pillars and fences
  • Internal and external feature walls
  • Multi-residential and commercial buildings

All colours below are 90mm deep (SA products) and 190mm deep (VIC products).
Sandhurst Stone is also available in ‘Bondi Blend’ in SA only.

Colour Range

Oatmeal
Oatmeal
Charcoal
Charcoal
Fossil (VIC only)
Fossil (VIC only)
Ivory
Ivory
Steel (VIC only)
Steel (VIC only)
Sunstone
Sunstone
Specifications Size (WxHxD) No. per m2 Weight per unit Units per pallet
Sandhurst Stone 390 l x 190 h x 90 w mm 12.5 13.5kgs 120

Product Description

Sandhurst Stone – Concrete Blocks

Sandhurst Stone are traditional split face coloured concrete building blocks which can be used for commercial and residential projects. Sandhurst Stone concrete blocks can be used for a range of applications; including residential houses, multi-residential buildings, commercial buildings, internal and external feature walls, pillars and fences. These concrete blocks come in a range of colours and sizes which can complement your project or have a contrast option with a coloured mortar. Unsure if concrete blocks will suit your home? Check out our slideshow for ideas how you can use these blocks for your next home project.