Origin of cobblestoneMiddle English cobel ston: see cobble and stone
a rounded stone larger than a pebble and smaller than a boulder, formerly much used for paving streets
A paving stone, especially one that is naturally rounded.
Origin of cobblestoneMiddle English cobelston obsolete cobel probably diminutive of cob round object ; see cob . Middle English ston, stone stone ; see stone .
Acorn Street on Beacon Hill
- There's a wide variety of brightly colored houses here, and it's a very pleasant place to simply take a stroll along the cobblestone streets.
- Some can include special flooring, which can make the location look as if it's made out of cobblestone or you are walking on clouds.
- Citi: It recalls images of old London, complete with cobblestone streets (and perhaps Eliza Doolittle singing on the corner, too).
- Cobblestone of Park Springs, located in Stone Mountain, provides assisted living in a campus style setting.
- Chartres' old town is also enchanting, with its narrow cobblestone lanes and picturesque storefronts.