Grandparents Build An Epic Tree House With a Zip Line For Their Grandsons

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The primary job of grandparents seems to be spoiling grandkids, and Steve and Jeri Wakefield took that role very seriously. They hired a family friend and architect, James Curvan, to design and build a giant tree house for their two grandsons. It’s 100 square feet, has sleeping lofts, some decks, a crow’s nest, a climbing wall, a rope ladder, a suspension bridge, and a zip line. It even has electricity and air conditioning!

As you can see from the above picture, the outside looks impressive. It’s like a miniature mansion. The inside matches the sophisticated exterior. It basically has the same layout as a real house with living spaces, a kitchen, and places to sleep. The Wakefields used a lot of vintage toys and children’s furniture in the decor. Heck, I’d move into this place in a heartbeat!

Their grandsons are grown so the Wakefields invite neighborhood children to come play in the tree house mansion now. Those are some darn lucky kids.

See more images of this giant playhouse after the break.

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There are even more photos in the link below.

(Houzz via Gizmodo)


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