A turret? Seriously? I'd happily shell out a down payment and move in to this dream cottage. I figure it can't be much smaller inside than your typical San Francisco apartment anyway.
Fact: Arched doorways instantly up the irresistibility of a playhouse.
With a view like that, I imagine this tree house gets plenty of visitors.
With a playhouse this deluxe, you could perhaps turn it into a mini-guesthouse after the kids are grown.
Adults deserve a little place to get away, too. This light-filled outbuilding would make a great office or, even better, a quiet place to relax with a good book.
This one looks straight out of a fairy tale, including gargoyle to scare off intruders.
No detail was spared in this adorable house, giving it the exact appearance of a full-size version in miniature.
Double doors make your tiny house big enough for both little ones and big folks.
Pool house or playhouse... why not kill two birds with one stone? A quaint little building like this could function as both.
Draw up the bridge, and this sturdy fort guarantees no trespassers (re: girls) shall ever enter.
The fun is in the details. A mailbox and door lanterns make this little home particularly inviting...
... And the inside is sure to be a hit as well.
Need to make a quick getaway? This one comes with an escape slide in back.