Distinctively designed Personal Estate Private Mausoleums provide exclusive above ground entombment, and everlasting remembrance. Though mausoleums were once reserved for only the wealthy, they are now an affordable burial option for everyone. The highest quality of granite is used to construct these impressive buildings.
The private mausoleums are pre-constructed. Choose a 1 to 12 crypt mausoleum to memorialize one person to an entire family. The affordable units are delivered directly to the cemetery site preassembled and ready for placement. They provide private, permanent security and protection from the elements.
Personalize your mausoleum with additional options; vases, vase wings, and numerous other enhancements offer distinctive alternatives to the basic design. Meaningful family and religious symbols artistically inscribed by experienced craftsmen make the beautiful granite mausoleum an individual testament to your life.
Linwood has many areas set aside for above ground private estate mausoleum. The minimum size of land needed to place a double mausoleum on is a 20 x 14. The larger number of crypts requires more land.
Purchasing a private estate mausoleum allows you to make a sensible planned investment, ensuring one less major decision at a time of great stress and emotion. By purchasing your private estate before the need arises, you reduce estate taxes, elimate the need for other memorials and avoid costly vaults and expenses of traditional ground burial.
Above Ground Private Estate Walk-In Mausoleum
Beautiful walk-in mausoleum designs, featuring bronze doors and stained glass windows, honorably attest to the dignity of a family. A private vestibule, preassembled or custom designed, provides visitors with a secluded meditation area and a welcome retreat from inclement weather. Altars, resting areas, flower shelves or other personal memorials may be added to the vestibule. This mausoleum design ensures future generations a place to fully appreciate their past.
The selection of a final resting-place is a sacred duty that sooner or later, must be fulfilled. Its much better to meet this inevitable obligation now, while members of your family are together, than postpone it until the confused, lonely hour of bereavement.