This classically styled Cape Cod Birdhouse is constructed of exterior-grade ply board and kiln-dried hardwood, then painted with an outdoor paint. Shingles are real pine shake; intricate details are resin.
Two-story house has all the details to attract wrens, finches, chickadees and more to nest: ventilation, drainage, an unpainted interior and a 1-1/4" opening. Back wall removes for easy cleaning.
Hang with the attached mounting bracket or pole mount on the optional Turned Wood Pole, sold below. Pole with pedestal base is kiln-dried hardwood finished with outdoor paint.
• Cape cod birdhouse with shingles • Weather-resistant hardwood and paint • Drainage and ventilation • Perfect for attracting songbirds to your garden
Size Birdhouse 11"L x 10"W x 9"H Pole 16" dia. x 43"H
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Wooden Cape Cod Birdhouse with Real Pine Shake Shingles and Pole Set
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Wooden Cape Cod Birdhouse with Real Pine Shake Shingles
Comments about Product: Very attractive birdhouse. Plan to coat with urethane to keep good looks. Also bought the pole, but the holes don't line up.
By Anne the gardener
Comments about Product: Bought the pole & birdhouse combo. The pole is very attractive, assembles easilly, & have yet to install--waiting till Spring. The holes for the birdhouse do not line up, however.
By Cinny Gal
Looks good, but looks can be decieving.
Comments about Product: Although this birdhouse is really pretty & seems durable, the pole is kind of a joke.
The screw holes were so mismatched, we had to drill new holes. I was hoping to use it year round, but I don't think I can. Was a mother's day gift, bird house will last long, I think, pole however, wont last.
Does not hold up after one year outdoors
Comments about Product: I loved the cottage birdhouse when I first got it. But after one year being outdoors in rain, sun, cold, etc,and two wren nestings, it didn't hold up outside. The plywood swelled, the paint peeled off and all glued parts became soft thus a lot of wood rot. If I get another one, I will take the time to weather proof it before I put it up... Repaint it with good exterior house paint and seal all plywood exposed ends, super glue railings and stain and waterproof the shingles. They faded to almost white in the sun.
By Martha the Gardener
Comments about Product: This is an attractive birdhouse, and the house itself is well-built. The pedestal stand is very poorly designed. It looked good and performed well for 3 months. A slight wind broke the pedestal, and the part that screwed into the ground was compromised by rain. The wood rotted and the paint flaked off. I had to buy another pedestal for $40. In 3 months? That's not good.