26 Nov. 2003|
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The Crooked Tower Play House combines all the fun of the Crooked Cottage with its port hole perspex window and great modern twisty design with a little extra height and a fun red slide.
The Crooked Tower is raised up on a Platform that allow you to use the space underneath as a dry storage area for toys or a extra fun space for your child to play in.
With more than 7 years of experience selling everything you could possibly need for some serious fun in the garden for kids young and old…you won’t need to shop anywhere else! The Crooked Pent House wooden playhouse is suitable for kids aged 18 months to eight years and is sturdily supported upon a strong raised wooden platform - this makes using the attached slide and ladder even more exciting for your children to use. Our Garden Games Wigwam remains one of our best sellers – suitable for indoor or outdoor use with lovely motifs on a heavy duty canvas.
The playhouse has two windows which open to the front and side and a round porthole window offers a view out of the other side. We value your privacy, and so we promise not to share your email adresses with anyone else. The Square Sandpit with Seats is a lovely design and very practical with the seats folding up to make the cover. The rest of the range comes from Garden Games Ltd starting with the family sized Stanford Croquet and Cottage Croquet. The painted chimney, pretty window boxes and post box all add to the play opportunities these playhouses inspire as well as the blackboard above the door which allows the house to be named.
No family day in the garden would be complete without a Giant Jenga – choose from the Mega Tower, Giant Tower or original Hi-Tower.
The slide and steps can be attached to the front, or either side of the platform offering flexibility to fit your garden with ease.