A very substantial and handsome, reclaimed, oak plank external door and frame. The door is very heavy and well made and has a cottage style appearance. The door comprises of 6 planks with a ledge and brace construction to the back face. The door retains its traditional, Gothic style, door furniture which is a fantastic feature. The front face has two large iron door straps with studs and Gothic detailing. There is also a large pull handle, letter plate and escutcheon that all compliment the oak. The frame does have a metal door bell button but purchaser will need to have this professionally wired to a bell if it is to be used. There are iron bolts on the back face of the door and substantial hinges that have been attached to wooden plates on the frame. Please note, the lock will need to be changed as there is no key for the door. The door is set into a good quality oak frame with sill. The oak has a varnished or stained finish but there is some fading and discolouration and purchaser may wish to sand and re-finish the door to suit. The door is in good solid condition with some signs of age and wear, as expected of reclaimed items. The oak has some scratches and marks. There are some splits and splinters in the frame and some nails left from previous use. The door has some knocks, chips and small holes. The frame has a large wood knot with a surface crack running through it. There is some tarnish and surface rust to the metal door furniture. Purchaser could strip the old paint, treat and re-finish the door furniture if desired. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is of a very good quality and has a very handsome traditional cottage style appearance that would be fantastic for adding character and charm to a home.
Width of frame 108.8cm approx not including horns at top and bottom of frame (1088mm)
Height of frame 214cm / 215.5cm including drip bar (2140mm - 2155mm)
Frame depth 10cm (100mm)
Door width 91.7cm (917mm)
Door height 201.8cm approx (2018mm)
Door depth 4.9cm (49mm)
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