A quick glimpse at the photo above — of a little home with a large porch, rustic front door, and hanging planters — may lead you to believe it's someone's full-time residence, but it's actually the most impressive backyard playhouse we've ever seen.
Adam Boyd of Highland, Michigan, used his free time and weekends to build this breathtaking two-story playhouse for his daughters, Avery, 5, and Violet, 2. The president of ATB Building Inc. used his construction expertise to create the structure, and now he wants to do the same for more families, according to .
The 24-foot tall playhouse features a rock wall, slide and swing set outside, with chalk boards, a loft and kitchenette inside. It has everything a kid could ever dream of and features plenty of room for friends and family. "If love was a building, this is how I would built it," Adam wrote on . "Here is the playhouse I built for my little princesses."
Soon after the father of two d images of the neat playhouse on , his post went viral and racked up over 47,000 s. "I would love to do it again for another family to enjoy," he wrote. And that's exactly what he plans to do next.
Thanks in part to the thousands of comments and s his post received online, Adam was inspired to launch a company where he can provide similar play areas for families. Inspired parents can employ his company Spoiled Rotten Homes, to craft a dreamy playhouse in their backyard.
While Adam is thrilled with the response his project received, the best part was spending time with his daughters. Avery assisted on various projects for the playhouse. "That was the most rewarding part of it," Adam told . "She was sanding the crown molding with me. She loved it."
And now his daughters have the perfect place for tea parties, dress up, and spending time with their parents. "A lot of people, friends and family included, thought I was nuts for doing what I did, but I'm very satisfied with the outcome," Adam said. "I'm happy to watch them play in it, and play in it with them. It's worth every penny I've spent and it's gonna be there forever."
Photographs courtesy of Rachel Goldsworthy of .