This Little House might not have been built by an Indian emperor in Agra, but it is certainly a palace for play (and we know that the more famous Taj is technically a mausoleum, but that analogy kills the mood (ba dum!)). Occupying a narrow, unused plot down the side of the garage, this royal residence represents a regal use of space. We bow in respect to its many aristocratic features, including a noble shop window, crown jewelled climbing wall, and majestic slide. We hope that the new monarchs of this Little House consider it a crowning achievement!