Take a look inside this little girl's massive 350sqft Harry Potter themed playhouse
It took six weeks for Charmed Playhouses in Alberta, Canada, to build the playhouse in a massive workshop, and then three more days to set it up in Spencerville, Ontario. The family declined to reveal the price tag, but customers pay anything from $15,000 to $250,000 for bespoke luxury playhouses from the firm, headed by Tyson Leavitt.
Grandparents Dave and Ruby Dunlop had the incredible two-storey magical Wendy house built in their back garden, for their eldest granddaughter Logan, two.
The amazing structure features Hogwarts Castle, Ollivander's wand shop, Platform 9, and even part of the Dursleys' Privet Drive.
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It has a broom swing set, slide, and secret hatch.
The playhouse also has a wooden bridge leading to an owlery, just like the one from JK Rowling's books.
It's a perfect outdoor play home for Logan, her best friends, and two younger siblings when they grow up.
Inside the main tower, there are owl-themed armchairs, a beautiful chandelier, and even a slide leading back down to the bottom of the house.
The fortress is awash with hidden Harry Potter nuggets, like broomsticks, a toy basilisk, Hogwarts snow globe, and Fantastic Beasts-style trunk drawer.
Portraits of headmaster Albus Dumbledore, and Harry, Ron, and Hermione, a map of the school grounds, and a frame letter of invitation to Hogwarts, hang over the stairwell.
There is a bed on the top floor for cool summer sleepovers, and an electric fireplace on the bottom floor to keep warm at winter.
And there's even a cupboard under the stairs for games of hide-and-seek.
The playhouse took six weeks to construct, and three days to set up outside the family home
The fortress was designed in a few hours, and took two days to render in 3D and produce blueprints for building.