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The Most Outrageous Playhouses For Kids

"Childhood is a precious and finite thing ... And a special playhouse is not the sort of thing you can put off until the economy gets better," Barbara Butler, a builder whose houses sell for $54,000 on average, told the Times.
 
And many of the subjects interviewed concur: One couple dropped nearly $248,000 on a treehouse and connected fortlike structure.
 
The Times rounded up several companies that offer myriad fantastical constructions for kids. We've taken a closer look at some of the most over-the-top that are on offer.
 
View the gallery above for some extreme posh kids' pads.
 
For more out of this world houses and buildings, check out Weirdest Buildings in the U.S. and Crooked Houses For Your Backyard.

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