Out on the East End of Long Island, in the toney hamlet of Quogue, you'll find summer houses just like this one. Featuring a beautiful wraparound porch with three hanging flower baskets and a western red cedar shingled roof, including a turret, this birdhouse is comprised of two nest boxes separated by an interior wall. This birdhouse also includes a removable back wall, drainage, ventilation, an unpainted interior and a 1 1/4" hole to accommodate wrens, finches, chickadees, nuthatches and titmice.
Impeccably crafted with Victorian scrollwork, shingled roofs, and other delightful details, these gorgeous dwellings from Home Bazaar will attract admiring glances not only from birds but from friends and family as well. In fact, although they are designed to withstand the elements for years at a time, these birdhouses can often be seen gracing conservatory tabletops and den bookcases as well as porches and gardens.