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Just checked ours (had it about 4years so style may have changed) and Windows are similar but not identical. Smaller square with 4 square panes, set in the centre of side panels. Curtain is a flap across the top which rolls up and ties in two places. Door is in 2 pieces. Bottom half closes across (stable door style) to… see more Just checked ours (had it about 4years so style may have changed) and Windows are similar but not identical. Smaller square with 4 square panes, set in the centre of side panels. Curtain is a flap across the top which rolls up and ties in two places. Door is in 2 pieces. Bottom half closes across (stable door style) top half comes down and Velcro to bottom half and it all Velcros shut. There is a round exit at the back with a roll down flap and a circular window above it. Hope that helps. see less Just checked ours (had it about 4years so style may have changed) and Windows are similar but not identical. Smaller square with 4 square panes, set in the centre of side panels. Curtain is a flap across the top which rolls up and ties in two places. Door is in 2 pieces. Bottom half closes across (stable door style) top half comes down and Velcro to bottom half and it all Velcros shut. There is a round exit at the back with a roll down flap and a circular window above it. Hope that helps.
By Gwaffe on 10 June 2015
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it would be big enough for a six year old - there is plenty of space for my four year old grandson. Though to be fair the pop up aspect is not great - its impossible to get back in the small bag so we have to just leave it up all the time - though I think this is the same for all the pop up playhouses!
By localgirlinaphotograph on 10 June 2014
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Ours is stowed away at present but I think it's a good four feet square, similar at the apex and about three high at the sides. Very roomy for two children and their bits and pieces. Far bigger than your standard ones. Has provided our grandchildren with a lot of fun both inside and out. Not very precise, I'm afraid bu… see more Ours is stowed away at present but I think it's a good four feet square, similar at the apex and about three high at the sides. Very roomy for two children and their bits and pieces. Far bigger than your standard ones. Has provided our grandchildren with a lot of fun both inside and out. Not very precise, I'm afraid bu hope it helps. see less Ours is stowed away at present but I think it's a good four feet square, similar at the apex and about three high at the sides. Very roomy for two children and their bits and pieces. Far bigger than your standard ones. Has provided our grandchildren with a lot of fun both inside and out. Not very precise, I'm afraid bu hope it helps.
By Mr J R Hill on 26 December 2015
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Yes it's waterproof however make sure it is properly secured into the ground using the pegs provided as it is extremely light and will definitely end up a few gardens away if not! I have never left mine outdoors over night as it's easily put away in a matter of minutes and my boys like to alternate between playing with… see more Yes it's waterproof however make sure it is properly secured into the ground using the pegs provided as it is extremely light and will definitely end up a few gardens away if not! I have never left mine outdoors over night as it's easily put away in a matter of minutes and my boys like to alternate between playing with it indoors and outdoors - so I can't really comment on how well it would cope with a heavy down poor as ours has only been lightly showered on. Though I would recommend not leaving it out if you are expecting snow, due to it being so light I'd imagine a heavy falling of snow would collapse it and potentially bow the bars which are used to keep it upright. Hope this helps! see less Yes it's waterproof however make sure it is properly secured into the ground using the pegs provided as it is extremely light and will definitely end up a few gardens away if not! I have never left mine outdoors over night as it's easily put away in a matter of minutes and my boys like to alternate between playing with it indoors and outdoors - so I can't really comment on how well it would cope with a heavy down poor as ours has only been lightly showered on. Though I would recommend not leaving it out if you are expecting snow, due to it being so light I'd imagine a heavy falling of snow would collapse it and potentially bow the bars which are used to keep it upright. Hope this helps!
By Hannah B on 22 February 2015
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