The Shed


Tim Pattrick lived in an Arts and Crafts cottage in Beckenham, a Christchurch suburb surrounded on three sides by the Heathcote River. Along one side of the property is a long, thin shed, fractionally wider than a typical single-car garage and a bit more than twice as long.

It was built before Tim’s house and was used by its first owner as a workshop. Here the owner made doors and windows for not only Tim’s house but also for several other nearby houses that he built. When Tim

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