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The Lavenham

The Lavenham is our new luxury octagonal summerhouse that provides beautiful light, relaxing space as well as great place for storage or even fabulous studio to work in.

This inspiring octagonal garden building is supplied with full length toughened glass windows around the building. The sturdy double door is fitted with latch and lock with black cast handle and with black cast hinges as standard. The Lavenham eve height is 80’’ at the front of the building rising to 101’’ at the apex point in the centre of the roof (unit is over 2.5 metres). It is build with 2’’ x 2’’ PAR (planed all round) studwork and comes with Katepal shingle tile roof as standard.

The Lavenham, as well as all our buildings, is hand-build in our own Essex workshops, screwed together and constructed with slow-grown Scandinavian high-quality redwood timber'.

Please note: Our garden buildings are delivered and assembled untreated as standard, unless specified at the point of order. Painted units in solid colour are for display purposes only.

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Sizes & Prices Available
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8'6'' by 6'4'' £3508.00
10'6'' by 6'4'' £3915.00
Shed Options
Vent window 120
Double Glazing 250 per building
Extra window (same as others) 170
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Normally we deliver free to an approximate 50 mile radius from our factory which has an SS11 8YB postcode. Deliveries beyond that may be possible depending on scheduling and may incur a surcharge. For larger buildings like our Superlog Cabins we will travel much further so please telephone for guidance.


Our timber buildings need a concrete base due to the weight of timber construction. The base should be solid, flat and the same size as the ordered building size (above). All of our units are sold as agricultural or storage portable buildings and not suitable as residential dwellings. If located in exposed locations, customers should consider using ground anchors or use over-shed steel bonds to secure their building against strong winds.