Recession Also Felt In Toddler Real Estate Markets

by Rachelle Hruska · October 7, 2008

Oakmont Manor $21,000

We have all been witness to the the devastating effects this recession has taken on Wall Street, but soon, we fear, it will carry on to Main Street, and then even on to Toddler Town.  It's going to be a tough year ahead folks, and, the suffering will be felt across the board.  One such company to feel a drop in sales is sure to be PoshTots, the leading designer of Luxury Playhouses. Posh Tots specializes in "furnishing your child's world" and has earned a reputation as the designer of choice for the Hollywood mom set, as well as upscale mommies all across the globe.

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The Grand Victorian, $19,000

The median price of one of their "Luxury Play Houses" runs around $20k, with the Pirate's ship on the higher side, costing you a hefty $52k and Fort Bethesda around $75k.

To put things into perspective, Warren Buffett, the world's richest man's REAL LIFE house cost him $31,500.

These toddlers may not know who Dick Fuld, Alan Greenspan, or Christopher Cox are, but once they realize they are part of the reason they won't be upgrading to the newest Oakfront Manor model this year, they will surely want to start stealing some lollipops.

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