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11" Sag Harbor Birdhouse, Blue

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11" Sag Harbor Birdhouse, Blue

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Product Information

Made of:

walls, floor and underlying roof board, exterior grade ply-board; details, kiln-dried hardwoods, pine and poly-resin; shingles, western red cedar; outdoor, water-based, non-toxic paint

Size:

1"H x 10.25"W x 13"D

Color:

blue

Care:

To preserve the finish, use a UV-rated polyurethane product recommended for marine use.

Please note:

Does not contain any chemicals or sealants that can be harmful to wildlife.

Why We Love This

Way out on the northern side of Long Island's South Fork sits the historic whaling village of Sag Harbor. One hundred years ago, sea captains lived in houses just like this one. The double-pitched mansard roof is covered with real cedar shingles. Architectural details include two bay windows, a colonnade porch and a roofwalk where the captain's wife would gaze out to sea awaiting his return.

Why We Love This

Way out on the northern side of Long Island's South Fork sits the historic whaling village of Sag Harbor. One hundred years ago, sea captains lived in houses just like this one. The double-pitched mansard roof is covered with real cedar shingles. Architectural details include two bay windows, a colonnade porch and a roofwalk where the captain's wife would gaze out to sea awaiting his return.