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Castle Fantastico

This ultimate castle play structure was built for 5 kids. The family and Barbara worked together to come up with the design (based on the original Connecticut Castle play structure). 

Zig Zag

Zig Zag is a wooden play fort designed to pack a lot of play into a condensed space with 3 Towers, 2 Bridges, a Drawbridge Ramp and multiple Play Features.

High Chaparral

High Chaparral is an understated play creation, designed to complement the house and blend into the natural surroundings. This redwood play fort provides lots of open climbing space where the kids will develop coordination and build upper body strength.

Atherton 5

You will love this version of the Atherton Castle (the 5th in the series): it has a longer Bridge, a modified Hip Roof to match the roof line of the main house, a 4' x 4' Climbing Tower at the end of the Bridge in place of the Stacking Fort and more swings!

Wild Oasis

The Wild Oasis Playhouse was displayed at the Stanford Mall in Palo Alto, CA for 3 weeks along with 12 other exceptional playhouses designed & built by local Architects and Builders.  On June 4th, 2005, the playhouses were auctioned at the Gala "Dreams Happen" event, with all proceeds donated to Rebuilding Together, a non-profit, non-denomoninational organization that builds volunteer partnerships to rehabilitate homes & community facilities of low-income, elderly and/or disabled neighbors so they can live in warmth, safety and independence.   The Wild Oasis sold for $45,000 to one lucky high bidder!  "Playhouses that unlock the imagination of children can make dreams happen for others."  Visit www.rebuildingtogetherpeninsula.org for more information about this exceptional organization.