Grandparents Spoil Their Granddaughter With Insane Life-Size Harry Potter Playhouse

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Grandparents sure do enjoy spoiling their grandchildren don’t they? With that said, most of the spoiling that grandparents take part in is within monetary reason — meaning — most grandparents are not spoiling their grandchildren with tens of thousands of dollars worth of ‘stuff’. But then there are the grandparents below…

Dave and Ruby, the grandparents of 2-year-old Logan, spoiled her with one of the most outrageous, yet awesome gifts ever! The grandparents pulled out all the stops on this one! They created a life-size (350sq ft) Harry Potter themed playhouse in their backyard.

It has a slide and secret hatch, as well as a wooden bridge leading to an owlery, just like the one from JK Rowling’s books.

You can actually live inside this thing!

In order to bring the project to life, they enlisted the help of Charmed Playhouses in Alberta, Canada. These guys know how to build dream houses and they definitely pulled through on this project!

The sprawling all-in-one structure combines Hogwarts Castle, Ollivander’s wand shop, the entrance to Platform 9¾ and even part of the Dursleys’ Privet Drive.

Logan is a massive Harry Potter fan, and the house is full of Harry Potter-themed items, with no detail left out. Hanging over the stairwell are portraits of Harry, Ron, Hermione and Hogwarts headmaster Albus Dumbledore.

And alongside there’s a framed letter of invitation to Hogwarts and a map of the school grounds. The top floor has a bed so Logan can find out what it’s like to be a boarder at the academy of magic. Harry’s cupboard under the stairs is perfect for games of hide-and-seek and there’s also an electric fireplace to keep out the cold.

The living room features a massive fireplace too — that actually works.

Check out the entire place — it’s absolutely amazing!

Chamber of sleep: Bedroom on house’s top floor

In the main tower, there are owl-themed armchairs and a magnificent chandelier so Logan can brighten the gloom without shouting ‘lumos maxima’.

All aboard: Entrance to Platform 9¾ and (below) a Potter pillow on the bed

It took six weeks for staff at Charmed Playhouses in Alberta, Canada, to build the playhouse and three more days to set it up in Spencerville, Ontario.

The family declined to reveal how much it cost, but the company charges up to $250,000 for such creations.