|Color: Beige||Hardware Finish: Stainless steel|
|Powder Coated Finish: Yes||Material: Wood|
|Hardware Material: Stainless steel||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Weather Resistant: Yes||Water Resistant: Yes|
|Heat Resistant: Yes||Rust Resistant: Yes|
|Mildew Resistant: Yes||Warp Resistant: Yes|
|Rot Resistant: Yes||Stain Resistant: Yes|
|Gender: Unisex||Theme: Cottage|
|Outdoor Use: Yes||Insect Screen: Yes|
|Working Door: Yes||Table Included: No|
|Roofed: Yes||Windows: Yes|
|Doorbell: No||Flower Boxes: Yes|
|Toys Included: No||Shelves Included: No|
|Built-In Kitchen: No|
|Number of Rooms: 1||Number of Stories: 1|
|Cover: No||Batteries Required: No|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: Yes|
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My 5 year-old twins are loving it, and it's not even decorated, yet!
Victoria from Saint Louis, MO– Verified Buyer
Fairly easy to put together - DH and his friend have been working off and on the last few Saturdays. Got the porch, but decided to use it as a 4 x 6 deck on the big door side, instead, because of our space. Plus, no seam in the middle, now. Used concrete block footings and upright 4 x 4s as a "foundation," on house and deck. Instead of 4 x 4s laid under floor, they built a treated 2 x 4 floor base for the supplied floor, which they offset - smaller floor pieces in opposite corners for more stability. Bought extra "playhouse" windows from ebay. Same kind, plus a couple of square non-operating ones and a long non-operating transom for over the "kitchen." Lining the house with bead board, casing and vinyl "parquet" tiles. Loft is a little small on the 6 x 8 size, but still cute. Personally, wouldn't want a bigger playhouse. Be prepared to sand down the splinters! Would be nice if the dormers were real, for "skylights." Could be done if you're real handy. They sit on cleats directly on roof shingles.
Jennifer Kaczanowski from Bedford, NH– Verified Buyer
My husband and I are NOT handy but we thought we'd give this a try. The house arrived in 1 900 pound pallet which was a little daunting. But we took the time to organize all the pieces and read through the directions mutltiple times. We then went through and put together all the small pieces (gables, etc). The big pieces (floors and walls) then went together very easily with screws. We were amazed how easy it was. Since then, we've painted it, and put in sheetrock and laminate floors. If we had it to do over again, the only thing we'd do differently would be to paint it BEFORE we assmbled it.
don't be fooled like me
Taken advantage of from sedona az– Verified Buyer
I bought this play house for quit a bit of money for storage, and It said it had 10 ft ceilings but there was not a frame of refence.Only when it was delivered was I allow to see the assembly instruction yjsy showed a small child only could be inside.... and never did they say the 10 ft was the highest point of the gable. Even my construction wworker was fooled when he looked at it on line.[...]
Happy customer from Richmond Hill, ON– Verified Buyer
Product came 1 week earlier. My son was able to assemble it in 2 days. Looks very cute, got a lot of compliments. Our little girls spend hours playing in the house.