Devonshire 54 Summerhouse – 5.0m x 4.0m – 44mm Log Cabin – Under 2.5m




SKU: 4413240
Roof Covering
Roof & Floor Insulation Kit
Fitting of Cabin
Fitting of Base

Product Description

This is the larger brother to the Devonshire 43 Summerhouse and at 5m x 4m / 16ft x 13ft has ample space for a home office or large summerhouse. It would also be great as a home leisure area such as gym or a home cinema/games room. The Devonshire 54 benefits from 44mm thick logs, comes with double glazing as standard and has plenty of windows for natural light linked with a larger size to give you the space you need.  This cabin is designed with a ridge height under 2.5m and therefore planning permission is not required under normal circumstances

To view our smaller version of this model the Devonshire 43, click here. 

Devonshire 54 Summerhouse Quick Facts
 Base Size Metric5.0m x 4.0m
 Base Size Imperial15ft 9 ins x 12ft 6 ins
 Log Thickness44mm
 Roof TypeApex
 Floor Area17.49m2
 Wall Height2m
Ridge Height2.40m
Roof Boards18mm
Floor Boards18mm
 Door Double (1)
 Window Double (2)
Reversible Construction AvailableYes


Devonshire 54 Summerhouse Pricing (Includes Delivery & VAT)
Cabin Price£3940
Roof & Floor Insulation£1275
 Shingle Tiles & Felt£320
Upgrade Door Handle£85
Upgrade Window Handle – Lockable£30
ProBase (80 Tiles) – Includes pea shingle£605


Devonshire 54 Summerhouse Fitting Pricing
Cabin with Roofing Material£1295
Insulation Fitting£455
ProBase Fitting£485


Please click the below image to download the installation guide for this building. The installation guide provides you with the floor plans, specification and also full parts list.


devonshire-54-installation-guide.pngAll the information on the Warranty for this Cabin or Summerhouse can be found here in our Lasita Warranty Section 


  • Weight: 1000 kg
  • Building Type: Cabin & Garden Room
  • Base Size: 5m x 4m
  • Roof Style: Apex
  • Ridge Height: Under 2.5m
  • Log Thickness: 44mm
  • Doors: Double
  • Windows: 1/2 Length
  • Double Glazing: Yes
  • Other Features: N/A

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