Expensive Playhouses Allow Children a Safe Playing Environment

If you always wanted your children to have the best in the world, you might want to question how far you are ready to go. You might want to send your kid to a private school like Eton, or you might want to send him or her to schools located in a foreign country to get that cultural exposure. There are also other methods of revealing how you could show your kid that you have a lot of money.

You could choose to buy really huge and expensive playhouses that are old fashioned in a way, but certainly look and feel expensive. The ‘Grand Victorian’ model by Lilliput Play Homes costs a whopping $19,999 and comes with enough space for a tiny sized adult to live inside comfortably. It comes with features such as wraparound porch, elegant stained glass window, window boxes full of fresh blooms, a sunny skylight, and a brass door knocker.

The idea is to teach children how to ‘play house’ in a really expensive manner. I wonder if the kids also learn a few other things in the house like ‘playing doctor’ and also learning how to pleasure themselves sometimes, in a dark corner. They also have the cheaper Cotton Candy Manor which costs $9,599. You can have working kitchen appliances, TVs and other pianos to make the playhouse complete. You could also take a look at the expensive playhouse that we had written earlier. The treehouse is yet another addition and the Casa Cabana is a cool doll house.

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