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Cedar Tiled Roof Hexagonal 4m Gazebo

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Gazebos are a great space for alfresco dining and entertaining friends in the garden.

Hexagonal 4.0m Gazebo with New England Cedar Roof


Size (cm): 324×400×400
Weight: 1488.0 kg

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Cedar Tiled Roof Hexagonal 4m Gazebo

Gazebos are a great space for alfresco dining and entertaining friends in the garden.

This large and elegant 4m Gazebo is a perfect fit for a variety of garden spaces.

This gazebo will seat up to 15 people.

This Gazebo is also available fully furnished, please see here for details.

Curtains for the Gazebo are available, please see here.

See here for ordering details.

Product Specification

Gazebo Dimensions:

Total Height: 324cm.
Eaves Height: 208cm.
Base Width: 407cm.

The gazebo has:

New England Cedar roof with a water-proof Tricoya lining.

Powder coated metal corner braces to provide a robust structure.

150mm diameter round timber uprights made from smooth-planed radiata pine.

Wood is kiln dried Radiata Pine which has been Pressure Treated giving a 15 year anti-rot guarantee.

The rounded timber has an smooth sanded finish.

Timber Deck.

PLEASE NOTE: This gazebo will be delivered and installed for you.

You will be contacted with regard to delivery, with installation being made on a separate date.
A solid finish is required for the base area.
It must be concrete, tarmac, wooden decking, paving slabs or other solid secure material.
No foundations are required and the base area must be large enough to secure the whole gazebo.

Delivery Information


Due to continued issues at the factory related to the Covid-19 pandemic, this item is not currently available/we are not confident of consistent supply of the item. Please email customer service to be put on a list to be contacted when it is available again. Please note that when it is available the price may alter so we cannot guarantee this.

We would rather be honest with customers and whilst you may find this item elsewhere the same inconsistency will probably apply.

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