Wooden Playhouse with Sandbox Underneath – Wood cute little house made with quality wood and hardware with feature roll-away exposing sandbox so that children can have a double delight. Playhouse set on wheels and durable locks securely into place so that children can play in the playhouse and sandbox at the same time. After that, it can be rolled back to cover the sandbox. Children of all ages, especially toddlers, love imaginary play. With space for sandbox and slides, they will never get tired of our little 6×6 elevated Squirt Playhouse. Let the games begin. Keep in mind that the posting for the sandbox should be tied securely to the ground. You may want to prepare your site before sending your playhouse.
Children will have hours of fun in this little house cinnamon sandbox feature. This little has original wood with architectural details, such as Gables painted, window frames and flower boxes. Unlike other playhouses, this one is set on wheels that allows the playhouse to roll exposing sandbox. Your child’s safety is our paramount concern, and with this in mind, the design of a roll-away has a security locking mechanism. When the children are done playing in the sand, just release the locking mechanism and roll over the sandbox playhouse to protect it from the elements. This playhouse / sandbox combo will entertain your kids and inspire them to get involved in creative imaginative outdoor activities ,. This wooden playhouse with sandbox to keep the sand clean and dry at all times. Roll playhouse is open and you have a large sandbox and playhouse next door.
Some playhouses are equipped with their own veranda, while others have a slide or even a sandbox. This charming playhouse is a great place for a tea party, book club, or simply hanging out with friends. Make it yourself. All outdoor playhouse with sandbox kits are made with red cedar. The Playhouse sent in a knock-down panel that needs only to be screwed together. Once the foundation is completed, the playhouse can be assembled in one week. Before ordering, check with the building, zoning, and your local neighborhood association to obtain all applicable permits.