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Martin Bird House


Martin Bird House
   

For serious martin lovers.

You must be serious if you are considering investing over $600 for a purple martin house.

Let us tell you why this is actually an intelligent buy. First of all, this house retails in fine garden centers for more than $975.00 to $1200! The quality, craftsmanship, and durability are exquisite.

Each house is hand made-to-order of cypress, a wood that stands the test of time. Constructed in a craft shop in the hills of North Carolina, this piece is recognized as the finest purple martin house on the market today and represents the quality of craftsmanship still available in the United States today.

If you are looking for an heirloom quality house that will last for generations and add a distinctive center piece to your backyard habitat, this is the house you have been searching for. Divided into 24 compartments, this condo will hold as many purple martin families.

The base is made with finger joints on the corners, and the ledge on each floor serves as a perch, so that you receive greater viewing times with these magnificent birds. The top is made of fabricated metal which gives the impression of copper and is removable for annual clean-outs.

Total weight equals approximately 70 lbs. It is painted white, with six applications of paint. 23 inches wide x 3 feet eight inches in height. Shipped in two boxes due to its size and to assure its arrival in perfect condition.

Fits well on a 6 x 6 or 8 x 8 inch post (not included) in your garden. Mounting materials are included, along with simple step by step directions.

Congratulations, you wanted the finest purple martin house available and you have found it!


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