Nashville’s Otter Woods Subdivision has two Anchor Highland Stone walls built by Gene Adams.
Both of them used a Tan–Charcoal blend of colored Highland Stone units.
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Over at their website, Anchor says this about their Highland Stone units:
” Create a natural stone appearance with easy-to-install options from Anchor Wall Systems. The Anchor Highland Stone retaining wall system combines earthen tones, rich textures, varied contours and all the advantages of the structurally sound rear-lip locating system, making it a reliable and easy-to-install alternative to natural stone walls.
The new three-inch-high Highland Stone units provide you with even more design options. Use these units alone or mixed with the six-inch-high blocks to create stunning retaining walls.
The Anchor Highland Stone can reach heights of 4’ (1.2 m) without reinforcement and is a more reliable alternative to boulder or field stone walls.
Note: For walls higher than 4’ tall (1.2 m), you must hire a contractor. Check your local retailer for color availability in your region. “
These anchor wall units were supplied by the Antioch location of Southland Brick and Block.