Flatford National Trust Summerhouse 1.8m x 2.4m (351430)


1.8 x 2.4m Flatford National Trust Summerhouse Painted in Dome Ochre at Narford
Narford's 1.8 x 2.4m Flatford National Trust Summerhouse Painted in Dome Ochre
Narford HQ's 1.8 x 2.4m Flatford National Trust Summerhouse Painted in Dome Ochre
Flatford National Trust Summerhouse: Front
Flatford National Trust Summerhouse: Left Side
Flatford National Trust Summerhouse: Back
Flatford National Trust Summerhouse: Right Side
Flatford National Trust Summerhouse: Floorplan

Model: Flatford National Trust Summerhouse

Size: 1.8m x 2.4m (6ft x 8ft)

Summary:

This 1.8 x 2.4m Flatford Summerhouse is one of our buildings designed in collaboration with the National Trust. A combination of the premium quality we provide at Crane and the traditional British establishment that is the National Trust, makes for a stunning summerhouse that effortlessly blends the best of both worlds.

This building is constructed using the highest quality FSC® certified Scandinavian Redwood and features rustic looking vertically sawn cladding. Other features such as black corrugated roofing, cast iron Fleur-de-Leys hinges and four sets of Georgian windows all add to this Flatford’s timeless feel. Two of the four windows can be opened to allow you to let in a cool breeze on a warm summer day, while the charming roof overhang offers shelter and aids in water distribution.

This Flatford Summerhouse has been painted in the colour Dome Ochre from our National Trust paint range, which is a neutral warm tone that is especially complementary to a patioed garden area. 

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Specifications:

Basic Building Details
Roof Type: Pent
Building Size: 1.8m x 2.4m : 6ft x 8 ft
Roof Overhang: Yes
Doors
Doors: 1
Windows
Window Sets: 4
Opening Windows: 2
Georgian Windows: Leaded
Roofing
Roofing Materials: Onduline mini
Exterior Design
Cladding: Vertical Saw
Paint System: National Trust Paint System Dome Ochre

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