Housing crisis? What housing crisis? This kids terraced playhouse is so awesome, you’d be happy to live in here yourself, even though the ungrateful little rascals will probably charge you rent.
With its traditional apex roof and veranda, it’s like something out of a fairy tale – the good kind! Made from quality, sustainable Nordic spruce, the 16mm thick panels come pre-assembled and with everything you need to make construction as straightforward as possible.
The twin perspex windows and working spruce door make it feel like a proper little mini-house, while the untreated finish means you can let the kid’s decide on a colour then get the paintbrushes out.
This traditional playhouse will not only look great in your backyard, it will provide endless fun for your kids or grandkids.
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• Sustainably sourced Nordic spruce playhouse
• Pre-assembled 16mm thick panels for easy assembly
• Tongue & groove roof/floorboards
• Apex roof design, two windows and traditional veranda
• Supplied unpainted so you can choose your own finish
• Roofing felt included
• 5 Year Warranty
Dimensions: W 1.8m x D 1.8m x H 1.69m
Floor area: 1.9m²
Ridge height: 169cm
Eaves height: 117cm
Wall thickness: 1.6cm
Floor/Roof thickness: 1.6cm
Window size: H 44cm x W 38cm
Door panel size: H 115cm x W 51cm x D 4.8cm
Packaged size: L 190cm x W 120cm x H 40cm
Construction points: Before assembly, the underside of the floor and the joists should be painted thoroughly with a premium house paint or a colourless wood impregnation agent.
4 months ago2018-03-07 01:43:29
Overall I'm happy with this playhouse. I managed to get it built in just over 6 hours (although I'm a builder, YMMV) whereas a similar one built from scratch would have taken much longer and the materials would have cost roughly the same. The nails that came with the kit were non-galvanized which will probably rust before too long as we're coastal. Also the nails intended for the floor were slightly too long so I had to use my own. The door stop shouldn't go where the instructions say to put it as that puts too much strain on the hinges if the kids swing it open with force (put it further away from the hinges). I can't see this lasting for ages if installed in an area with a lot of strong weather or if used by particularly rough children. However, it looks good, the kids are enjoying it, and the price is right.
Felix children’s playhouse
5 months ago2018-01-09 09:25:28
This is a great playhouse. Straight forward to build but keep roofing felt off grass on hot day as gets hot. Kids and adults love it. We added a slide and later extended the deck with left over wood.
6 months ago2018-01-06 03:27:37
Easy to put together. Good value for money. Kids are stoked
Happy Little Home Owner
7 months ago2017-11-18 09:15:24
It was a fun challenge for my wife and her sister who assembled "Felix". Armed with the "trusted" manual and required tools, it turned out to be quite an easy task. With a curious n determined goal to put "Felix" together with a deadline, they managed to construct the playhouse...as our granddaughter proudly tells..."grandma and aunty are now 'true house builders' and engineers"! Materials were of good quality, pliable to work with, easily manageable and compactly delivered. We had a party over the weekend so the playhouse was truly a CENTRE-PIECE and mums and dads were keen, so have spread the word! "Felix" has added a valuable feature to our spacious outdoor living area. Playdates with school friends are planned for next week to show her "new toy" to her friends. We will upload a photo soon.
4 months ago2018-02-24 19:57:13
Overall it’s not bad but thought it would be of better quality for the money to be fair. Although 16mm, very spongy floorboards and joists are really then. Base and floorboards should already treated in my opinion to make things a lot easier, ails are lightweight and missing heads as if they’ve come out of a mass produced nail press with mild steel and instructions are a complete joke so if you’re not already handy you’ll struggle with this with how unclear everything is to follow. It looks the part though and I’m sure my daughter will enjoy it