Garden Breakout - BUNKIE 50
The loft design of the BUNKIE 50 has been very popular overseas for many years - it has a footprint of just over 10sqm, which means that you will need to get Council approval for erecting one of these in your backyard. However, this is more or less a formality, and there are some rules you need to follow anyway so it's always a good idea to check with your local planning scheme.
Whether you need extra overnight space for your family or friends, a place to escape to on your property or your very own studio, the BUNKIE 50 is YOUR perfect ultimate getaway.
The sleeping loft of you BUNKIE cleverly extends over the front entrance, and thus provides more usable ground space during the day. A loft ladder provides easy access, and also does take up only minimal space on the ground. Upstairs it's cosy and homely, there is even a window letting you to enjoy the views and the sunshine in!
The slide show below shows a few detailed photos of the BUNKIE 50.
- The bunkie 50 has a foot print of more than 10 sqm, meaning that it can only be erected with Council approval, depending on your area.
- Double Glazed Windows and Solid Pine Core Doors - click for more information
- Individual requirements and preferences for external decking / patios / verandas vary from site to site and are therefore not included in your backyard shed kit
- Colorbond Roofing and or roof insulation / sisalation is not included but can easily be sourced locally to suit your preferred colour
- To comply with Australian Building Regulations the basic ladder supplied to access the upper loft might need the addition of a handrail, as well as a banister all along the front of the loft. You can easily add this after you assembled your new BUNKIE.
- Backyard Sheds normally come with softwood floorboards not suitable to Australian conditions and should be replaced with StructaFloor / TermiFloor tongue-and-groove particle board flooring,