By Rebecca English for the Day by day Mail
Published: 22:04 BST, 10 May 2013 | Updated: 22:04 BST, 10 May 2013
It is the idealize arrangement for those looking for a palatial residence… for their spoiled poultry.
But to keep hens in such illustrious luxury, you must be arranged to shell out an eye-watering Â£3,750.
This hen house is being sold by Ruler Charlesâ€™s Highgrove bequest in Gloucestershire what’s more, is enlivened by the flying creatures he keeps there.
The made-to-order Highgrove Hen House is fabricated utilizing Backwoods Stewardship Council-certified timber, which implies it was sourced from a capably overseen forest, what’s more, adorned with eggshell blue water-based paint.
Palatial: The extravagance hen house costs an eye-watering Â£3,750
The rooftop is characteristic cedar, the wheels are cast press what’s more, other apparatuses are in stirred steel.
Each house rests four to eight chickens what’s more, highlights two settle boxes, movable roosts what’s more, stable-style doors.
Made by Natural life World, a Gloucestershire firm, the hen houses are being sold on the Highgrove website which portrays the outline as â€˜unique what’s more, innovativeâ€™.
Proceeds â€“ as with all things sold on the website â€“ will go to philanthropies supportedÂ by Charles.
But a representative for the ruler conceded recently that none has however been sold.
â€˜We as it were propelled the hen house in Walk what’s more, we have had a part of request yet no firm orders yet,â€™ said the spokesman, including that the houses â€˜reflect the interests of Highgroveâ€™.
â€˜We are certain the hen houses will offer well, what’s more, particularly at the time of the Christmas market.â€™
Eggspert: Sovereign Charles in supporter of The Poultry Club of Incredible Britain
Highgroveâ€™s website says: â€˜Our extremely to begin with Hen House has been roused by the poultry kept on the Highgrove Bequest by HRH The Sovereign of Wales, who is Benefactor of The Poultry Club of Awesome Britain.â€™
Highgrove is offering a coordinating bee sanctuary which, it says, â€˜allows honey bees to live in an condition which is economical what’s more, low-impact, more associated to their characteristic environmentâ€™.
The hive has a base trough filled with characteristic forest material making an encased characteristic biological community that permits useful creepy crawlies to live in agreement with the bees.
Charles has talked openly about the situation of the honey bee and, as well as keeping his claim bees, underpins beekeepersâ€™ affiliations through The Princeâ€™s Farmland Fund.
Like the hen house, each colony is bespoke, takes eight to 12 weeks to be delivered what’s more, has a robust cost tag â€“ each costs Â£1,250.
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