A fella has stunned everyone by transforming his shed into a breathtaking pub.
Tom Pountney utilized every bit of his skill when he turned his disused shack, originally meant for sheep and lambs, into an impressive pub.
He took care of every minute detail. In fact, no one can guess that the well-furnished hut containing a bar, fruit machine, games, dart boards, TV, and a partially sheltered region for smoking was a sheep shed at a certain point of time.
Tom, who lives in Oswestry, Shropshire, invested all his evenings for almost six months on the pub.
Named The Stumble Inn, the pub took £8,000 ($9,805) for its conversion.
The 31-year-old told LADbible about the hard work he had done to make his bar similar to any other good pub, adding that the outcome was worth all the effort.
“Most of the work was done myself, the only bits I had help with was the roof, as it’s concrete which is very heavy,” Tom said.
“It was worth every penny. All my friends and family love it and we have shared many times in there for a barbecue. I also have a folk band who come and practice every other Wednesday.”
Just like any other watering hole, The Stumble Inn serves a variety of beer and spirits, besides also providing games and coffee.
“I have almost every kind of spirit, Coors Light, Carling, cider, wines and a coffee machine,” Tom said.
Tom isn’t the first man who came up with the idea of converting a disused region into an attractive pub. A fella named Paul Nowak did the same in Sheffield.
Surprisingly, he invested just £90 ($112) in building his small but awesome garden bar while utilizing some disused wooden fence bars and pallets.
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