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This company is taking treehouses and swing sets to the next level with these lavish custom playhouses for your backyard. They’re every kids’ dream!
Former landscaper, Tyson Leavitt, launched Charmed Playhouses in 2015, after challenging himself to build his kids the “most fantastic, epic playhouse the world had ever seen.”
Charmed Playhouses creates custom playhouses, treehouses and even doghouses designed to capture the owners’ individuality and enhance their property.
Since then, their company has completely taken off. They were granted their own lifestyle and reality TV show, Playhouse Masters, which was featured on TLC, and is still airing internationally.
“A lot of times clients come to us. They just tell us what they like. We take their ideas, we combine them and they morph into something beautiful by the time we’re done,” Leavitt told Huffington Post.
The luxury playhouses are completely finished inside, featuring fireplaces, chandeliers and lavish furniture.
The only catch? Their houses average at about $40,000 in cost.
“Our entry-level one starts at $3,500 and we’ve done playsets up to $200,000. It really depends on what your budget is and your vision is,” Charmed Playhouses told Huffington Post.
By the end of 2015, they not only shipping playhouses throughout North America, but also started a project with Make-a-Wish Foundation to complete all of their ‘wish’ playhouse requests. They even found their niche market in catering to celebrities, and of course their kids.
Riley Curry, daughter of Golden State Warrier MVP Stephen Curry, was one of the fairest to be charmed with a dream playhouse.
“I knew it could grow into something great and big but I didn’t imagine the level of clientele I’d be working for. It’s not just celebs — we’ve got amazing families all throughout North America and we’ve shipped stuff over to China which is a traveling set that goes from mall to mall to mall,” Leavitt told Huffington Post.
“It’s been a crazy ride.”
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