Robinsons Radley Greenhouse range from £7,703
The Radley by Robinsons is available in 4 standard sizes, as shown below:
- 9’7″ x 8’8″
- 9’7″ x 12’8″
- 9’7″ x 16’9”
- 9’7″ x 20’10”
With the addition of 4’1″ extensions priced at £1,227 you can build an even larger greenhouse to suit your needs
The elegant Robinsons Radley is the glass to ground version of the 9’7” wide Rushby model, bringing Victorian style to your garden. Starting at 8’8″ long, it can be built to any length using 4’1” extension modules (from £2137).
The combined use of our box section ridge and R-box glazing bars provide stability, with the Robinsons unique Pro-cap glazing system providing the added strength required, whilst still retaining the elegant finish expected in such a feature greenhouse.
In addition, the cast aluminium spandrels on each glazing bar at eaves and ridge height increase the strength and improve the Victorian look. To accommodate the faster flow of rainwater running off the 45-degree pitch roof, elegantly contoured extra wide guttering ensures that the water runs into the downpipes for collection and use if you wish, by way of optional water butts. Like its counterparts in this exciting Victorian range, the Radley is well appointed, with adequate ventilation provided by plentiful automatic roof vents and a generous number of louvre vents, both of which vary in number depending upon the length of the greenhouse. To truly complete the stylish Victorian look, add the optional colour coordinated, cast aluminium ridge cresting and finials.
» 10 Year Guarantee
» Downpipes both sides
» Toughened glass (4mm)
» Lockable hinged single door
» Extremely strong ‘Box Section’ glazing bars
» Low door threshold
» Bayliss XL automatic openers
Ideal to help you control the environment during the hotter weather.
Horticultural grade shade netting specially made into a kit for one side of the roof.
Fully height adjustable for more work space.
Sit your greenhouse on a standard height dwarf wall, roughly 2ft high.
Fix to existing louvres for auto-opening.