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The Tree House

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    Neil Turner
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    It is a hand built, bespoke shed for my children to play in at the top and for us to keep garden equipment in the bottom. We are very lucky to live in a house with a cellar. My neighbour thought I did a lot of vacuuming until she saw the shed frame appear and I explained about the DeWalt Saw in the cellar. I bought a build-your-own swing and slide set from a DIY store and decided to incorporate it into the design of the shed. Everything was well for a few years until the moles moved in! They underminded the foundations to the extent that soil underpinning was required. It is used as a local landmark by some people because of its height.

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