National Trust Lavenham Summerhouse with Cast Iron Details
This quaint Lavenham Summerhouse
was recently selected by a customer from our National Trust range of sheds and summerhouses and was delivered and installed by our expert fitting team at their address in Horely, Surrey. As with all our FSC® certified timber buildings, the summerhouse was designed and hand-built in Norfolk.
Taking its name from the stunning Lavenham Guildhall in Suffolk, the Summerhouse takes boasts classical features inspired by the distinctive property from a bygone era. With vertically-sawn, rustic-cut timber cladding and an apex roof covered with corrugated material, it is a characterful building sure to add personality to your garden. The windows are leaded, and all door furniture is cast iron with Fleur-de-Leys detailing.
All of the summerhouses from our National Trust range are traditionally styled and inspired by National Trust country estates in East Anglia. They are finished with vertically sawn boards and a corrugated roof to really capture bygone eras at some of their most beautiful properties.
The range is affordable and beautiful which makes it perfectly suited to discerning customers with more traditional tastes.
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