The Burghley octagonal Summerhouse is a larger version of the Baltimore Summerhouse and similarly includes a pair of glazed lockable doors and casement style windows.
The doors and windows can be hooked open during a warm day and can be closed to provide the ideal garden hideaway when the temperature gets cooler. The Burghley octagonal summerhouse is increasingly popular for outdoor entertaining.
Features of the burghley octagonal summerhouse
Available in three sizes 2.4m, 3m, and 3.6m width.
Casement windows and lockable doors with laminated glass and brass or chrome ironmongery.
One piece lead-effect glass fibre roof or natural cedar shingle roof available on the 2.4m building.
The 3m and 3.6m Burghley are only available with a cedar shingle roof.
Optional sectional seating and upholstery, with integral storage space, as standard within the seating.
Finished throughout in pressure impregnated timber, as standard, or choose from one of the Scotts colour finishes available.
The Burghley summerhouse has three diamond leaded windows on the rear panels.
Scotts summerhouses are very versatile and each detail has been carefully specified.
The 2.4m Burghley Summerhouse – 2.44m in diameter plus 120mm roof overhang. 2.0m to eaves height and 3.0m to the top of the roof.
The 3.6m Burghley Summerhouse – 3.6m in diameter plus 120mm overhang. 2.0m to eaves height and 3.5m to the top of the roof.
Alternatively, for a more natural effect a cedar shingle roof can be supplied. The cedar shingle roof comes complete with a copper finial and requires minimal maintenance.
The 3m and 3.6m Burghley summerhouses are only available with a cedar shingle roof.