Booths Garden Studios were the first company we featured back in 2009. It has been interesting watching their journey, developing their range over the last decade.
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Explore some of the key features of the QCB2 by Booths Garden Studios. The QCB2 is a popular garden room range that mixes features with a great price point.
Booths Garden Studios have developed a range of granny annexe buildings which don’t require full planning permission. They have been designed to comply with the Caravan Act.
We recently had an enquiry from a lady who was moving into a rented property for work. She wanted to buy a garden room as a teenage den for her children, but knowing that they would be moving again in a couple of years, wanted to find a building that they could take with them.
Booths Garden Studios now offer a flyover roof on their QCB range. The canopy can really enhance the inside-outside feeling of your building.
Spacious L-shaped granny annexe by Booths Garden Studios. Complete with kitchen, shower room and double bedroom. Built under the Caravan Act it costs around £40,000 plus groundworks.
If you have a short team need for a garden office, there is the option to rent one. With a modest installation and delivery fee, you then pay a weekly rent. When you no longer need the office you return it to Booths Garden Studios.
The QCB Garden Annexe goes on sale on 1 July with a lunch price of £24,995. The self-contained annexe features a modern kitchen, shower room and living/sleeping area. Also, the annexe has a good resale value should your situation change.
Booths Garden Studios have developed an exciting new granny annexe that can be built without planning permission. The Booths team aim to install the building and undertake the necessary groundworks in just two days. As the QCB is a temporary building, it can be removed from your garden in just a day.
Not all buyers are aware that you can rent a garden office. Booths Garden Studios offer rentable options on their popular QCB range of buildings. With an upfront cost of around £1,000 and weekly payments, it is an appealing way to own a garden office.