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Cape Cod Playhouse

5 out of 5 stars

3 reviews
Panelized Kit - learn more
$2,350$2,115& FREE Shipping

Create cherished childhood memories with our Cape Cod Playhouse! Featuring traditional dormers that bring great architectural appeal, this playhouse offers a world of endless fun and excitement. Let your children's imagination soar as they create unforgettable moments in this play space.

  • Made in the USA with Amish craftsmanship
  • Ships in 6-8 weeks
  • Free liftgate delivery Learn more.
  • Hardware and instruction manual included
  • Note: Customer provides shingles, drip-edge, & paint

Standard Features:

  • High quality 7/16” LP® SmartSide® siding with grooves 4” on-center primed and ready to paint
  • 2”x3” wall studs 24” on-center (2”x4” on 10’x12’ units)
  • 7/16” OSB roof sheeting
  • Both child and adult doors (see dimensions table for sizing)
  • (2) working 14”x21” windows with tempered glass and screens
  • (2) dormers on 4’x6’, 6’x’8’, & 8’x8’ units
  • (3) dormers on 8’x10’, 8’x12’, & 10’x12’ units
  • (2) flower boxes
  • (1) chimney

Floor Kit:

  • 5/8” plywood flooring
  • Treated sub-floor framing
  • Note: When adding the deck and rail option, the customer must supply 4”x4” treated runners underneath the playhouse. On 10’x12’ units, 4”x4” treated runners are included with the DIY floor kit option

Delivery & Assembly

Liftgate Delivery

Note: For residential deliveries, the customer will be notified with a phone call from the shipping company before the kit is delivered to them

Packaged playhouse kit in white shrink wrap before loading on truck.

Idea of what the kit will look like before shipping from our warehouse for delivery

Packaged playhouse kit in white shrink wrap being loaded onto semi truck trailer.

Truck will arrive at delivery address

Packaged playhouse kit being lowered from semi truck trailer via lift gate.

Pallet will then be placed onto a liftgate

Packaged playhouse kit being lifted by a pallet jack.

Kit will be placed curbside or at the end of the driveway


Our DIY playhouse kits can be built by DIY handyman and parents alike! In addition to saving on your shipping costs (compared to a pre-built playhouse), our pre-cut, pre-primed, ready-to-assemble kits make it easy to build a memory for your child that will last a lifetime. We have had people tell us how excited the kids were when the parents were assembling the playhouse kit. The kids get to see their parents creating and building, leaving a lasting memory for the child!

When your DIY panelized kit arrives there will be an envelope inside containing layouts and an instruction manual for your specific product. Assembly time will take 2 adults approximately 4-8 hours, depending on the size of the playhouse and skill level. Sara's Victorian Mansion kits will take longer. With the exception of the roof, the kit comes with panels which are alphabetized for easy assembly. All you need to do is fasten the panels with screws!

IMPORTANT: The below is only a SAMPLE of the instruction manual.

Step 1: Floor

Step 1: Floor

Purchase an optional floor kit from Little Cottage Co. or purchase supplies from your local home improvement store.

Step 2: Walls

Step 2: Walls

Install the pre-made, alphabetized panels.

Step 3: Trim

Step 3: Trim

Install the pre-fastened trim included in your playhouse kit.

Step 4: Roof

Step 4: Roof

Next, install the pre-cut trusses and pre-cut sheeting that make up the roof.

Step 5: Shingles

Step 5: Shingles

Install drip edge and roof shingles (not included, available at local hardware store).

Step 6: Dressings

Step 6: Dressings

Install shutters and flower boxes (included in kit).

Step 7: Porch

Step 7: Porch

Install the optional porch, if purchased with your kit.

Step 8: Paint

Step 8: Paint

Your playhouse is primed and ready for paint (paint not included).

Why Choose Little Cottage Co.

American flag waving in the wind

Quality. Amish Made in the USA.

Our experienced carpenters and skilled designers take great pride in creating top-quality products, and provide you with a product that will serve your needs and wants for years to come.

Founder and daughter in front of pink Sara's Victorian Mansion playhouse.

Family Owned

Little Cottage Company® was started in 1999, by Dan Schlabach, a father who enjoys putting smiles on his children's faces. “There is something special about a child's smile. So special in fact, that several years ago, those very smiles changed my life when I started using my talent for woodworking to build playhouses.”

Barn being built in the Little Cottage Co. factory.


Customer service is especially important to our company. We want to make sure that you are 100% pleased with your purchase. We make every effort to provide you with what you need and want.

Star barn in a lawn.

Innovative Products

Our company is always working on new ways to serve your needs. Whether we are designing a new product, searching for top quality raw materials, or developing a new product, we are always looking to better ourselves for you.

Packaged playhouse kit on a pallet ready for delivery.

Easy DIY Kits

Little Cottage Company® has designed easy-to-construct Panelized Kits and Precut Kits. Panelized Kits come with pre-assembled walls and Precut Kits are precut, primed, labeled and ready for paint. You will only need basic carpentry skills and a few basic tools. Both styles are primed and ready to paint, the customer will provide shingles, drip edge and paint. Our kits have been successfully assembled by people all over the world.

Sara's Victorian Mansion playhouse in pink with two children in front having a tea party.


Build a lifetime of memories. Whether you purchase a playhouse for your children or a garden shed for your hobby, you will enjoy a lifetime of memories.

Customer Reviews

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Mauricio M

5 out of 5 stars

2 weeks ago

My daughter loved it

We decided to gift this to our 2 year old daughter. I know what you’re thinking she’s only 2 and it’s expensive. But I’ve seen people take their 2 year olds to Disney and waste more money than this playhouse was. And let me tell you this playhouse will last forever. The wood is great condition, the attention to detail is great. Delivery was fast and hassle free. Mind you I’m from Los Angeles so this delivery was fast. It was so easy to put together me and my wife put this together in about 2 hours give or take. My daughter loves it she uses it everyday and her favorite part is always going outside to see her house. I purchased the 6x8 and it’s big! Much bigger than i anticipated. I’d say it’s definitely worth the price considering all the time saved to build your own.


Jayson B

5 out of 5 stars

2 months ago

Great build quality

Easy to assemble, did it by myself. The quality of the build is great, it ended up very sturdy. Nice straight lumber. Of course your base has to be square and level as with any build. I bought the floor kit as well, which uses pressure treated lumber, and put that on top of my own 4x4 pressure treated frame. The kids had fun helping since the pieces go together fast.


Christa F

5 out of 5 stars

2 months ago

Fish Palace

This is actually a really nice little cottage. Surpassed my expectations. More often then not when you purchase things like this that you have to put together the cuts are of and not square or bad material that won’t hold a nail. This was easy to put together, it was all nice and square overall really nice!



3 out of 5 stars

8 months ago

Good Concept, Mediocre Quality

Overall, the playhouse is a good design and is functional and my girls love it. Structurally, I believe it could have been better in the material used and its prefabrication. For example, the floor kit is made with UNTREATED wood. Doesn’t make sense to use untreated lumber in a section of the house that will get wet regularly and be exposed to insects the most. I had to purchase 4x4’s and concrete blocks to raise it off the ground and I painted it to provide additional protection. Also, the plywood was stapled instead of nailed and only had (3) 2x4s as braces. The floor was pretty flimsy. In addition, the floor kit wasn’t square, it was off by a full 3/4 inch because the plywood was cut wrong which meant we had to cut what we could and be super careful how we put the walls up to make sure that it was square enough for the roof. I think for a price tag of over $3,000, treated lumber and 2x4s all around would have made it not only more durable but a much better value ( and really not that much added cost to you which you or the consumer).