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BillyOh Gingerbread Max And Bunk Childrens Wooden Playhouse 7 x 5 – Price Deal

BillyOh Gingerbread Max And Bunk Childrens Wooden Playhouse 7 x 5

The Gingerbread Playhouse brings excitement and imagination to any child’s playtime. The traditional cottage style will make your building even more unique, just like the cottages in your children’s favourite fairytale stories!

Quality Design That’s Built To Last

With pre-treated panels, the playhouse uses tongue and groove construction as standards, which means it is built to last! This 7 x 5 Gingerbread Max & Bunk is a low maintenance build that is guaranteed to fulfil your little adventurers wants and needs.

The Apex roof design, with Black Sand Felt provides complete protection from the elements, so your Gingerbread Junior playhouse is equipped for being outdoors all year round.

Width: 211.8cm
Depth: 170.5cm
Eaves Height (Inc Floor): 155cm
Ridge Height (Inc Floor): 190.4cm
Width (Internal): 205.1cm
Depth (Internal): 152.1cm
Eaves Height (Internal): 151.1cm
Ridge Height (Internal): 185.7cm
Window Dimensions: 44cm x 44.5cm
Door Opening Size (w x h): 58.6cm x 145.5cm
Frame Thickness (w x d): 2.8cm x 2.8cm

Glazing Material: Styrene
Roof Material: Solid Sheet Material
Floor Material: ESS
Material: Graded European Softwood
Roof Covering Material: Dark Grey Sand Felt

Windows: 4 fixed front windows
Door: 1 x Stable Door
Decking: No
Cladding Style: Tongue and Groove

Please Note: Delivery Charges Apply to: BT, TR, PL, TQ, KW, PA20-38, IV40-48, AB, PH22-26, PH30-41, PH50, KA, Eire, IOW Delivery Unavailable: HS 1-9, KA27-28, KW15-17, GY, JE, ZE, IV IOM, IOM, PA41-78, PH42-44, Channel Islands, Orkney Islands, All other offshore Islands. We will contact you regarding delivery charges if applicable once your order has been placed.


  • 7 x 5 Two Storey Playhouse with Added Bunk
  • Traditional Cottage Design
  • Delivery Charges or Restrictions can Apply to Certain Postcodes, please see description
  • Tongue and Groove Cladding
  • 4 Fixed Front Windows
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3 Responses

  1. Simon Garwood says:

    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    BillyOh Gingerbread Max And Bunk Childrens Wooden Playhouse 7 x 5 (CM© toy)

    Product turned up in a week. Good standard materials, took 6 hours to put together with some help of course and the kids love it.

  2. ClairF says:

    3 Out of 5 Star Rating

    BillyOh Gingerbread Max And Bunk Childrens Wooden Playhouse 7 x 5 (CM© toy)

    Felt wont last 5 mins..looks like they had it for yrs so got to replace it!! And although door has gaps round I guess to stop trapped fingers doesn’t make it very water proof. Otherwise lovely looking house kids happy with it

  3. Anonymous says:

    3 Out of 5 Star Rating

    BillyOh Gingerbread Max And Bunk Childrens Wooden Playhouse 7 x 5 (CM© toy)

    We bought the 7 x 5 Gingerbread Playhouse with bunk and there is no doubt it looks brilliant, especially as we have painted it and furnished the inside.

    It is a mammoth task to put this playhouse together so you’ve got to be very confident with DIY.

    The roofing felt is really poor quality and the playhouse let’s so much water in through the windows where there is no built in protection or sills to stop it. It also leaks in through the side panels that are fixed at the corners of the playhouse so I’m going to have to go around the house with a tube of silicone.

    You don’t get leaks like this through a shed so I don’t expect to with a playhouse either. We also upgraded to the tongue and groove flooring which may be more durable than the standard chipboard but still won’t last long with this amount of water ingress over the winter.

    In addition, a large number of pieces of wood are really poor quality and very badly cut. This is mostly on the outside so it doesn’t look great but also in the inside so we have had to sand then down so my daughter doesn’t get splinters.

    I am a bit disappointed with this playhouse as it was a lot of money and I’m not convinced it’s worth it for the above reasons. I wonder whether we would have be better off buying a shed and converting it.

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