Early settlers of the southeastern coasts of America used a concrete made from oyster shell and sand that turned out to be incredibly durable, and many of these unusual buildings still stand today. Brookfield's Gray Tabby Garden Cottage recaptures the look of this highly unique, early colonial architecture in incredible detail. All the essential details are here, including the windows, chimney, a green door, and a textured and aged gray surface. The craftsmanship is truly breathtaking and - since it's made from weather-resistant fiber-reinforced cement - it's also long-lasting. This antiqued cottage is sure to become a focal point in your garden or along your home's walkway, but it hides a secret and it's one of the cottage's most creative features! The weighty roof is completely removable so you can use the interior for a variety of uses like hiding a spare house key or storing small garden tools! This collectible cottage weighs 30 lbs. and is approximately 14.5L x 9W x 10H inches. Minimal care is required.