Behold the fabled kingdom of Castle Court! Hidden in a grove of trees, many thought it was only a myth. And yet, here it stands before you, rising up out of the morning mist. With trembling knees, you cross the drawbridge and approach the well-fortified and majestic Gatehouse. Click on the image to see what lies beyond!

Classic Treehouse: a beautiful 52 SQ FT redwood Clubhouse with gable roof, front door with sliding peephole and 3 window openings with shutters & decorative metal window grates, anchored high up in a redwood tree! Access is via rung ladder to the front deck with picket railing or by the more challenging "Hanging Platform" with rope-n-rung ladder. A great hideaway for kids who want to be high up in a tree!

In the middle of a little wilderness, tucked away on a steep hillside, the Crooked Gap Clubhouse is a great place for rambunctious kids to spend time outside! Just getting to the entrance ramp requires sliding down a hill while holding on to the Giant Rope wrapped around the tree that stands guard at the top. Once on deck, there is access to the hill below via the challenging Rock Climbing Wall and/or the Coil Climber.

Built around and attached to this beautiful old oak tree, Terra Verde Treehouse sits securely on top multiple, large branches that wrap up and around the decks. The 6ft x 8ft waterproof Clubhouse comes with cedar shingled roof, hand-made glass windows and board & batten siding.  Three decks provide great viewing spots and the small upper deck doubles as the take-off platform for the 120ft zipline ride. Beautiful, functional & fun for the kids with a firepole, pulley bucket, rope swing, and rope-n-rung ladder. 

Together with the city of Palo Alto, the Friends of the Palo Alto Parks and Friends of the Magical Bridge Playground, we are creating the most innovative, inclusive playground in the country. Combined with our signature level of design and an all-encompassing mindset, we aim to create a playground that includes the many different types of people who are living in this community — those with autism, sensory and cognitive issues, visual limitations and older adults. The Magical Bridge Playground will be open to everyone Fall 2014 in Palo Alto's Mitchell Park. Stay glued to facebook.com/BarbaraButlerTreehouses and instagram.com/barbarabutlerbuilds for the most up-to-date progress. 

Help one of these previously owned play structures find a home!