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Inn The Dog House

  • Sheddie:

    Steve Kohler
  • Location:

    Back garden - Dorset
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    • Cost of shedbuild:

      £250 to £499
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    So this shed was left and neglected by the previous owners there was power a roof and four sides and floor. It had been plaster boarded also, but the ceiling was falling in the floor was rotten the walls were covered in mould and a rat had made a home/toilet in the ceiling!

    The cladding externally was rotten from the base up and everyone said it needed to come down but I had a vision and little funding to get it off the ground so my journey began.

    Collecting every bit of free material and furniture/fridges flooring etc…to make it into a country feel pub with beer garden to hang out with our family and friends. It took early morning raids on the industrial estates and speaking with ppl on market place for pallet wood etc..

    The only new wood I bought was for the door frame and back bar framework. Everything is second had with the exception of the above and had been lovingly restored/painted and given new life.

    We recently wired in broadband ourselves from the house 30m away and even popped in a virgin media multi room box. We spent 7 long weeks inc. evenings and weekends getting it ready for the coronation/birthday party weekend (Wife’s & Daughters) it was worth every minute.

    I’ll now spend any work from home time typically down there also as looking from the table up the garden with the sunshine is a real pleasure.

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    We still retained a storage element to the shed at conversion as we lack a garage or loft space so it’s multi functional and we absolutely love it and so does everyone who visits. We hope you like it

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