Model # GGC63SR

Internet #100655537

Outdoor Living Today 3 ft. x 6 ft. Western Red Cedar Grand Garden Chalet

Outdoor Living Today

3 ft. x 6 ft. Western Red Cedar Grand Garden Chalet

$103452 /each
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Product Overview

If you need additional space to store seasonal items, the Outdoor Living Today Partnership 3 ft. 1/2 in. x 6 ft. 2-1/2 in. Western red cedar wood Grand Garden Chalet is a great solution. Big enough for a bicycle, garbage cans and sporting equipment, this versatile chalet features a cedar shingle roof that offers extra strength and a handsome appearance. The chalet is made entirely with renewable resources and accepts a wide range of finishes to help you create a personalized look. Manufacturer will call to offer site preparation information and discuss delivery before shipping.

  • Western red cedar construction for natural strength and beauty
  • 108 cu. ft. storage capacity accommodates lots of seasonal items
  • Precut assembly pieces no time-consuming or dangerous cutting
  • Pre-manufactured cedar floor included for your convenience
  • Panelized bevel cedar wall design for easy assembly with minimal tools and no time-consuming, no dangerous cutting
  • Functional double doors give you easy access to your stored items
  • 2 adjustable shelves for versatile storage options
  • Pre-shingled cedar shingle roof included for extra durability and a handsome appearance
  • Assembly time is approximately 6 to 8 hours depending on skill level, technical assistance available through manufacturer's help line
  • Western red cedar is naturally resistant to decay and insects
  • Accepts a wide range of finishes to help you create a personalized look
  • Made entirely with renewable resources for environmental friendliness
  • Minimal tools required and hardware included
  • Outdoor Living Today customer service is available to offer information or suggestions regarding site preparation, staining or sealing the western red cedar used on the grand garden chalet, interior decorating and storage tips are also available if requested
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Approximate Depth (ft.)
Approximate Width (ft.)
Assembled Depth (in.)
36.5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
72 in
Assembled Width (in.)
74.5 in
Door Opening Height (In.)
Door Opening Width (In.)
Door Opening Width (ft.)
Exact Width x Depth
6 ft 2.5 in x 3 ft 0.5 in
Sidewall Height (in.)


Assembly Required
Color Family
Browns / Tans
Floor Options
With Floor
Maximum Roof Load (lb./ sq. ft.)
Maximum Wind Resistance (mph)
Number of Doors
Number of Windows
Product Weight (lb.)
Roof Color Family
Medium-brown Wood
Roof Material
Roof Pitch
Roof Shape
Shed Door Type
Shed Features
Door Latch,Double Door,Shelving
Shed Style
Siding Color Family
Medium-brown Wood
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Structures are covered for one year for defects in manufacturing and workmanship. Costs incurred for customer installations are not included. For missing or broken piece, call Outdoor Living Today at 888-658-1658 within 30 days of the delivery. Replacement parts are free of charge within 10 business days of notification and will not be provided free of charge after 30 days

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Customer Questions & Answers

do you deliver and assemble?

do you deliver and assemble?
Asked by: hink
I need to know if you deliver and assemble. If so how much would it be extra in cost
Answered by: Gracie
Date published: 2017-08-05

Does anyone store their lawn mower in this?

How does it fit? Is it difficult to get in and out?
Asked by: Mac
Ideal for lawn mower and all the supplies + general yard tools
Answered by: Homeowner
Date published: 2017-07-09

is this shed watertight?

I would like to store items that can't get wet so don't know if unit needs to be under an overhang
Asked by: skip
The shed is watertight if you seal it with silicon (takes 10min to do the whole shed). Before you build the shed, purchase a narrow piece of flashing that you can install under the bottom shingles in the front of the shed. This piece will push the water further away from the shed, thereby not allowing the water to drip on the bottom floor lip just under the doors. That water will in turn be absorbed back into the floor boards, which could cause rot. The front shingles do not hang very far forward, so something to move the water out from the shed is good. Also, a clear stain looks good and will help prevent water absorption.
Answered by: Badminton
Date published: 2017-06-18


Asked by: Anonymous
Doesn't have to be super flat - as long as it's firm and somewhat flat. Mine is on concrete stones that are cracked and uneven. I just use shims to make it sturdy and level.
Answered by: KseaK
Date published: 2017-07-09
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Customer Reviews

3 ft. x 6 ft. Western Red Cedar Grand Garden Chalet is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 77.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Packing good, well designed, good instructions, went together as instructed.... Packing good, well designed, good instructions, went together as instructed. Nice shed.
Date published: 2017-07-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Storage shed A lot of parts was smaller then needed! Over all it's a good shed!
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great garden shed. Very attractive and the cedar smells great! Great garden shed. Very attractive and the cedar smells great!
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Water gets inside very easily. ... Water gets inside very easily.
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a high quality shed that is superior to other self-assembled sheds - it should be for the... This is a high quality shed that is superior to other self-assembled sheds - it should be for the price. I was concerned when it was dropped off as the pallet was only half the size of the boxes and there was damage to the corners of the boxes but - thankfully - no damage to the actual pieces inside. A larger pallet would have prevented this kind of shipping damage. Assembly instructions are easy to follow. It's a two person job. NOTE TO MANUFACTURER: consider not assembling the roof piece at the factory. It's very heavy and difficult to get in place - especially once the side panels are all connected to each other - and, frankly, attaching shingles is no big deal. And it's way easier to attach the roof to the panel tops from above than from below. If I had this to assemble again, I would only attach the side panels to each other at the bottom and then get the roof in place while the sides are flexible and can be squared up to the roof. Then attach the side panels to each other once they are attached to the roof. Gaps between the side panels don't matter as the trim covers them, but gaps between panel tops and the roof are no good. Some strategic caulking solves the problem though. Looking forward to many years of use with this beautiful (looking and smelling) garden shed.
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing! The shed is a great buy. We ended up putting it against our house so we stained all the back pieces before we started. Then we built the whole shed but did not install any trim pieces. We stained the shed and the trim pieces and then installed them. I would recommend to stain/seal the shed for extra protection and doing it before you put the trim pieces on is important as you might not be able to get your brush in the cracks. We used Behr Weatherproofing Transparent in Cedar Naturaltone and it turned out great!
Date published: 2015-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks great! I first starting looking for a shed for my kids bicycles and saw a lot of plastic ones that were disappointing and the wrong size. Then I found this one, which is perfect and awesome looking. Assembly things to mention: - We stained it with Sikkens SRD Translucent stain in Cedar color. We stained the parts before we put it together and got a bit carried away on the shingles and ended up needing a 2nd gallon to finish the last 2 feet of the last door. Since we needed a 2nd gallon to finish it, we decided to stain the interior as well. We spent 6-7 hours staining -- as I said, we got a bit carried away. - The instructions for assembly are well written. As another reviewer said, make sure to align things as the instructions say. Sometimes it will say align with the siding and other times it will say to align with the frame -- the difference matters so follow the words closely. Things will align on the outside but may be slightly off on the inside, which is fine -- follow the instructions. The trim on the outside really will cover up the things you think look off while you are building it. - Leveling it is important. I used a lot of cedar shims -- there may have been another way but I'm a newbie and already had a paver patio I was putting this on. - A nail gun really makes light work of the nailing portion (there are still a lot of screws for a drill to put in). The wood is soft so screws are easy to put in and the nails need very little PSI to go in. Note for cedar that you must use hot dipped galvanized nails (not electro galvanized), stainless steal, or aluminum. Home Depot did not carry these types of finish at my local store for my nail gun -- I had to order them online elsewhere. - Shingles! Drill pilot holes for the nails!!! There are about 10-12 shingles that must be installed by the user. They ship a couple of extra shingles but I still split a few before I started to drill pilot holes. I have one shingle that I glued back together with gorilla glue and clamps. Overall, the instructions really made this project doable. The unit is light enough after it is built to move it around with two people pushing on it. For unloading, the Fed-ex freight guy and I removed each of the 3 boxes individually from the truck.
Date published: 2013-08-21
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