The donated playhouses include a model of the White House complete with pictures of United States Presidents inside, a Chick-fil-a inspired theatre, and more.
The playhouses will be auctioned off to raise money to help with affordable housing in Smith County.
“Its just a lot of fun,” says Deanna Harrison, Habitats Director of development. “We have some that are all sizes, all shapes, we have some that could actually be an adult's playhouse. It could be for their shed or they can take it out to their hunting lease they might want to use it for their plants if they are in to gardening”
The online auction will be open until March 22, and a live auction will follow that evening at 6:30 P.M at Jack Ryan's on the square.
Complimentary delivery will be offered for those that take home the one of a kind playhouses if they live within 50 miles of Tyler.
More information about the playhouses and the auction can be found on the fundraisers website.
(KLTV) - To learn more about the playhouse auction for charity, and learn what organizations it benefits, click the link below.