After a close look, it is obvious that this is not your typical playhouse construction. The roof, characteristic of the storybook style, is covered in steam bent wooden shingles laid in a wave pattern and rolled under at the eaves. Windows and doors were all custom made out of redwood, and the diamond patterned leaded glass windows were even made by a local glass artist. Exterior stucco walls give it a heavy stone look, and yes that is a chimney! The interior has a pine floor, stained exposed framing, and painted walls. By combining the whimsical setting with the uniquely crafted architectural details Robert has created a magical hideaway.
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Storybookers does a great job defining this style!