Crane Garden Buildings National Trust by Crane Garden Buildings

Be the first to review this product


Crane Garden Buildings National Trust by Crane Garden Buildings Flatford Summerhouse, 1.8 x 3m, FSC-Certified (Scandinavian Redwood)

Brand: Crane Garden Buildings

List Price: £5499.00

Price Range: £5499.00 - £5499.00 from 1 retailers

£5499.00

Quick Overview

A sloping, pent roof with a slight overhang at the front and a selection of 6 traditional National Trust colours gives this Flatford Summerhouse a classical style. This versatile building will look beautiful in your garden; adding a pretty dining spot, studio, or simply a quiet spot to relax in. Constructed...

A sloping, pent roof with a slight overhang at the front and a selection of 6 traditional National Trust colours gives this Flatford Summerhouse a classical style. This versatile building will look beautiful in your garden; adding a pretty dining spot, studio, or simply a quiet spot to relax in. Constructed in Norfolk by skilled craftsmen, the Flatford design is inspired by outbuildings from several National Trust properties across East Anglia. Crane visited and photographed many of these buildings to research the materials and construction, and consequently drew their designs in collaboration with the National Trust. Although all Crane buildings have timber floors, you need to have a ready, prepared base that has been laid by a professional before you take delivery. The base must be constructed of either paving slabs laid on mortar or a concrete base no less than 10cm thick. It is also recommended that your base is the metric size of the building to help with water drainage. It is necessary to stress the importance of having a solid, level concrete base for your building, as it is crucial to support the building structure. Crane are unable to install the building if the base is not level when tested with a spirit level. All buildings, irrespective of style, also require clearance around the structure to aid installation, maintenance, redecoration and air circulation, as well as to allow space for the roof overhangs and fascias. Therefore Crane require at least 30cm around all sides of your building. Please refer to the concrete base plan in the Product Information PDF below and do not hesitate to contact Crane for further guidance. Key Features Delivered and installed by the supplier Crafted from FSC® certified Scandinavian redwood Under 2.5m high to meet modern planning requirements Traditionally styled leaded windows with toughened glass Double doors in gable end and 2 opening windows Cast iron Fleur de Lys black door furniture with a mortice lock Olden style black corrugated apex roof Traditionally cladded using vertical sawn boards Tongue and groove floorboards Available in 4 sizes A choice of 6 colours from the National Trust paint range   Good to know Standard delivery is within 8 weeks. Delivery to the Isle of Wight is within 15 weeks....Read More...»»

No further specification information available

  • A sloping, pent roof with a slight overhang at the front and a selection of 6 traditional National Trust colours gives this Flatford Summerhouse a classical style. This versatile building will look beautiful in your garden; adding a pretty dining spot, studio, or simply a quiet spot to relax in. Constructed in Norfolk by skilled craftsmen, the Flatford design is inspired by outbuildings from several National Trust properties across East Anglia. Crane visited and photographed many of these buildings to research the materials and construction, and consequently drew their designs in collaboration with the National Trust. Although all Crane buildings have timber floors, you need to have a ready, prepared base that has been laid by a professional before you take delivery. The base must be constructed of either paving slabs laid on mortar or a concrete base no less than 10cm thick. It is also recommended that your base is the metric size of the building to help with water drainage. It is necessary to stress the importance of having a solid, level concrete base for your building, as it is crucial to support the building structure. Crane are unable to install the building if the base is not level when tested with a spirit level. All buildings, irrespective of style, also require clearance around the structure to aid installation, maintenance, redecoration and air circulation, as well as to allow space for the roof overhangs and fascias. Therefore Crane require at least 30cm around all sides of your building. Please refer to the concrete base plan in the Product Information PDF below and do not hesitate to contact Crane for further guidance. Key Features Delivered and installed by the supplier Crafted from FSC® certified Scandinavian redwood Under 2.5m high to meet modern planning requirements Traditionally styled leaded windows with toughened glass Double doors in gable end and 2 opening windows Cast iron Fleur de Lys black door furniture with a mortice lock Olden style black corrugated apex roof Traditionally cladded using vertical sawn boards Tongue and groove floorboards Available in 4 sizes A choice of 6 colours from the National Trust paint range   Good to know Standard delivery is within 8 weeks. Delivery to the Isle of Wight is within 15 weeks.....from John Lewis
  • Write Your Own Review

    How do you rate this product? *

      1 * 2 * 3 * 4 * 5 *
    Rating

    Price on the up? Buy today! Follow the Price History for crane garden buildings national trust by crane garden buildings flatford summerhouse 1.8 x 3m fsccertified scandinavian redwood

    View Profile and Details of Amazon Click here to check the prices for crane garden buildings national trust by crane garden buildings flatford summerhouse 1.8 x 3m fsccertified scandinavian redwood on Amazon...

    Compare prices for Crane Garden Buildings National Trust by Crane Garden Buildings Flatford Summerhouse, 1.8 x 3m, FSC-Certified (Scandinavian Redwood) - Buy Crane Garden Buildings National Trust by Crane Garden Buildings Flatford Summerhouse, 1.8 x 3m, FSC-Certified (Scandinavian Redwood) prices checked on May 30, 2024


    Page generated in 0.168 seconds