TONY'S BUS SHELTER

Small 3 sided garden shelter with extended pergola. Built on-site on raised area at the bottom of a Japanese garden.

  • Main structure from 4”x4” tanalised timber
  • Windows to rear and side
  • ‘A’ symmetrical roof structure to maximise view from the house
  • Red cedar shingle roof aged to silver grey
  • Built-in seating
  • Structure supported by 6 verticals fixed to post bases

 

A bus shelter at the bottom of a long verdant garden where you may have a long wait for the next one.

Tony says… ” Passengers report waiting for long, slumbering hours for the next bus; in fact rumour has it that one hasn’t passed by since the shelter’s construction in 2015! ….no problem though as catching the evening sun whilst sipping a cooling beverage takes their minds off the appalling service. Days fade into nights and stargazing can be made more comfortable by lighting up the chiminea as required.”


Dimensions;
8′ x 8′ footprint with 8′ x 4′ shelter

Materials;
Tanalised timber
Tongue & grooved log lap cladding
6mm toughened glass
Red cedar shingle roof

Starting at £3000