House for sale (LOG CABIN) B&Q £10,000
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House for sale (LOG CABIN) B&Q £10,000

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Found 11th Apr 2014
A HOME FOR £10,000

4 way jointed log construction, pressure treated floor bearers, tongue and groove roof and floor, draught seals on doors and windows.

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Includes installation aswell, not a bad price!

Item not available for reserve & collect, shame

Good price.... If you have £10,000 laying around. :-/

I think this might be bigger then my garden, otherwise very interesting.

Does it include freehold land and services connected, otherwise it is just a shed oO

Just need some where to "park" it, pretty sure someone would complain if you had it delivered to the local recreational area though

Wheres the deal here? its standard price.

Its wood and we live in the uk. So going to need treating and not going to last. I suggest Compton Lidget buildings which last longer and cheaper.

balbhaur

Wheres the deal here? its standard price.Its wood and we live in the uk. … Wheres the deal here? its standard price.Its wood and we live in the uk. So going to need treating and not going to last. I suggest Compton Lidget buildings which last longer and cheaper.


Can you post something similar please from said company?

The returns desk will love it when you show up with this.

If there selling it as a log cabin every piece of timber supplied should be pressure treated not just the floor bearers.

does ikea have similar deal?

We bought one from cosco for £3000 for the garden it's massive and great build quality perfect for a home office and games room. But if never pay £10k for something that's essentially just an outdoor room.
Ps it's not a home, it's a log cabin with home delivered and assembeled. But you'll still have to pay for fixtures and electric socket installation. It's a basic and not a lot going for it for the money.

Mortgage available on this one?

Simple living. X)

It's actually £9999.98
which is good because you save a penny. it's usually £9999.99.
it would be good if a lot of other places did this as we would save a penny on a few things!

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My friend bought hers from Screwfix 4 half the price looks lovely not quite finished yet thou

screwfix.com/p/s…AnA

balbhaur

I suggest Compton Lidget buildings which last longer and cheaper.



Are you having a laugh? The 80's called, they want their stone shingle walls back please...

http://www.lidget.co.uk/media/uploads/products/Garden_Room_lead_shot_jpg_460x315_crop_upscale_q85.jpg
Edited by: "CDR" 11th Apr 2014

CDR

Are you having a laugh? The 80's called, they want their stone shingle … Are you having a laugh? The 80's called, they want their stone shingle walls back please...




and you're going to spend all your time standing by the window and agonising over the way the exterior looks?

Banned

10k can be spent on a brick extension.

Magister

and you're going to spend all your time standing by the window and … and you're going to spend all your time standing by the window and agonising over the way the exterior looks?



If you're spending this amount, you would surely want something aesthetically pleasing...

sofiasar

10k can be spent on a brick extension.



Really??? Including floor, roof, windows and installation...
I don't think so.

jgtuk

Really??? Including floor, roof, windows and installation... I don't … Really??? Including floor, roof, windows and installation... I don't think so.



I think so
Had a 21m2 extension with building reg approval- £15000 all inclusive
That includes plumbing, tiles on floor, insulation, new central heating radiator, door-window.... Oh and walls with a roof!!

Builder was nice enough to 'install' it too and mop the 'dust' once finished

hashman

I think soHad a 21m2 extension with building reg approval- £15000 all … I think soHad a 21m2 extension with building reg approval- £15000 all inclusiveThat includes plumbing, tiles on floor, insulation, new central heating radiator, door-window.... Oh and walls with a roof!!Builder was nice enough to 'install' it too and mop the 'dust' once finished



Remove plumbing, electrics...etc and you will start to approach the £10k suggested

Ah i know where can I hide my mistress now. In that log cabin built in my garden! hmm..... X)

CDR

Are you having a laugh? The 80's called, they want their stone shingle … Are you having a laugh? The 80's called, they want their stone shingle walls back please...



CGI is incredible these days.

hashman

I think soHad a 21m2 extension with building reg approval- £15000 all … I think soHad a 21m2 extension with building reg approval- £15000 all inclusiveThat includes plumbing, tiles on floor, insulation, new central heating radiator, door-window.... Oh and walls with a roof!!Builder was nice enough to 'install' it too and mop the 'dust' once finished



Lucky you... no chance where i live... The op building is 33m2 with 3 windows and 2 doors not 21m2, one door, one window.

how come OPs banned?

Can't forget 4% Quidco, potential for £400!!

Friend of mine bought a second hand porta-cabin.

He re-fitted the inside. Installed double glazed doors. Had mains electricity and water run to it and put a saniflow toilet in it. Clad and stained the front and sides (back is not visible) and built decking round the front and sides. It now looks, to all intents and purposes, like a log cabin. And it's insulated. I was dubious and waited until he'd finished before I went to see it. Have to say, I was hugely impressed.

All in, cost him £3k. No planning required as it is a removable structure. (It's in his back garden - he installed the concrete piles it sits on) But would require planning if he wanted to stack another one on top of it. This is in Scotland. No idea if the laws are the same down south.

Obviously, it helps that he's a window fitter and joiner by trade and his brother in law is a gas fitter and plumber by trade who also knows electrics.

Also helped that his missus is a top haggler and got the porta-cabin itself for about £600 delivered!

Having seen what he's got for £3k. This doesn't seem like good value to me .... but maybe it is. So I've no voted.

tince666

how come OPs banned?


yeah! How come? Answer you tory b..tards............~!!!!

Pop this onto a plot in central London and get a £1,000,000+ for it.
Might cost more than that for the plot though!

Do they do mortgages?

It's a shed

I built a log cabin a 1/2 the size of this one about 5 years ago. From laying the floor panels up to all the walls up and windows in took less than 2 hours - they are really simple and there are no nails or screws, it all just slots into itself. We painted it and repaint it every two years and it has not leaked once. It cost about £350 for the deck that it sits on and another £200 to have electrics put in. The cabin itself was only about £1700. Best thing we ever bought.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v288/ronmanager/Finished1.jpg

ronmanager

I built a log cabin a 1/2 the size of this one about 5 years ago. From … I built a log cabin a 1/2 the size of this one about 5 years ago. From laying the floor panels up to all the walls up and windows in took less than 2 hours - they are really simple and there are no nails or screws, it all just slots into itself. We painted it and repaint it every two years and it has not leaked once. It cost about £350 for the deck that it sits on and another £200 to have electrics put in. The cabin itself was only about £1700. Best thing we ever bought.


That's really not a log cabin... Glad you like it, but not really a great comparison - It's a mildly fancy shed!

Magister

and you're going to spend all your time standing by the window and … and you're going to spend all your time standing by the window and agonising over the way the exterior looks?



Are you mental?!

This is a big unit, in your home, visable...why the heck shouldnt you be worried about how it looks on the outside?!...Its in your damn house man

What about having something as ugly as that and then trying to sell your house? Don't worry tell the would be buyers to just stand inside the house + log cabin, and to never care about how it looks from the outside?

I have to say mate, what you said is possibly the most stupid thing ive ever read on a forum

This is cold from me I'm afraid . I have been pricing this very cabin for a while and it can be had much cheaper from around £4,500. Granted there is glazing, insulation and roofing choices to add .. I have fully spec'd mine and am sitting at £6,500. Got a joiner locally to install for around £1,000. B&Q basic price isn't really that cheap .. Sorry
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