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Step inside the ultimate children's playhouse that cost $44K to build

by Evelyne Larose (2020-05-17)


single-hot-air-balloon-in-the-air.jpg?wienjoyable atmosphere in which the team members both work hard and play hard., http://Www.Localbookmark.it/company/Grande_Air_Solutions_8289551. This luxurious playhouse, that was designed and built to match the homeowner's existing home, could be every child's ultimate Christmas gift - that is if you're willing to dish out a whopping $44,681.

The miniature house - which was custom-built by a company based in Mansfield, Texas, has its own living room, play-kitchen and porch area, complete with flower boxes in the windows.

And the exterior of the house is even more impressive with a rock-climbing wall, a 10ft slide and a swing set.   






Outstanding: The children's playhouse was created by Wish to Play, and cost approximately $44,600 







Impressive! The exterior of the playhouse includes two slides (10ft and five foot), a swing-set, and a rock-climbing wall 







Inspiration: The playhouse was designed to look like the homeowners actual house. It is completed with homely touches including a porch area (pictured) decorated with flower boxes and a festive wreath


Images show the exterior of the miniature house with a porch as well as an attached play area with a rock climbing wall and 10ft slide.

Other shots show the interior including 10x12ft living area, a screened sand box area to keep mosquitoes out and plenty of storage space with sofas to relax on.

The fantastic children's playhouse was built by Wish to Play for a customer, but they can build other modular playhouses for between roughly $8,000 to $10,000. 

Brian Grossman of Wish to Play said: 'This playhouse was designed to similarly match the homeowner's existing home and guest house.

'The customer has two grandchildren and thought this would be a great place for them to play outside yet not be an eyesore for the neighborhood and blend into the existing decor around the property.

'The living area is roughly 10'x12' and includes pre-finished ship lap siding, electrical, HVAC, insulation, hardwood floors and tongue & groove decking on exposed rafters. The wall height is six foot tall but since the ceiling is vaulted, when you walk in, it feels very large.'

Brian added that there is also a screened in sand box area, that was designed to repel mosquitoes and keep them away from children while they play.






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A childhood dream: The playhouse has its own living room area complete with sofas, photo frames, a rug and storage boxes 







A cheaper option: The company said that this particular playhouse was built for a specific customer, but they can build modular playhouses for around $8,000 to $10,000













Life-like: The kitchen area (pictured) features a make-pretend kitchen including a refrigerator, oven, sink and a kitchen table and chairs  













Playful and practical: The sandpit area (pictured) is screened-in, meaning that mosquitoes won't be able to enter the area while children are playing 


He said: 'Then there is a two tiered pergola that is roughly 12'x12' with a rock wall, and 10' tube slide coming off it. There is a separate back stair that goes up to the pergola if you do not want to climb up the rock wall.

'These stairs also go the opposite direction of the pergola over to a smaller five foot slide for smaller kids. There is also a large 'A' frame swing set attached to one of the columns of the pergola with three swings attached.

'We ran some trees up through the pergola to the second floor to give it a tree house feel. We add