This classic "New England Town Hall" is designed to accommodate the gregarious Purple Martin. It has six compartments on each side and 2" entry holes. The roof is constructed of western red cedar. The back wall is removable to allow easy cleaning. In order to attract Purple Martins, the most desired location should be a combination of open fields and water and the house should be twelve to fourteen feet high.
It’s the lucky wren or nuthatch that gets to rest awhile atop a stunning birdhouse by Home Bazaar. Impeccably crafted with Victorian scrollwork, shingled roofs, and other delightful details, these gorgeous dwellings 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.