|Product Type: Dollhouse||Dollhouse Style: Cottage|
|Color: Unfinished||Primary Material: Wood|
|Number of Items Included: 1||House Accessories Included: No|
|Non Toxic: No||Figurines/Dolls Included: No|
|Doors Included: Yes||Windows Included: Yes|
|Roof Included: Yes||Siding included: No|
|Stairs Included: Yes||Number of Stories: 3|
|Number of Rooms: 7||Age Group: 11 to 12 Years; 13+ Years; 5 to 6 Years; 7 to 8 Years; 9 to 10 Years|
|Furnished: No||Handle Included: No|
|Collectible: Yes||Scale: 1/2 Inch scale|
|Gender: Unisex||Decals Included: No|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Installation Required: Yes|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 1 year|
|CPSIA or CPSC Compliant: Yes||ASTM Compliant: Yes|
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Ashlie from San Jose, CA– Verified Buyer
So far the dollhouse has gone together very well. The instructions are thorough and indepth and provide helpful insight for a first time dollhouse builder!
Kathy from Harborcreek, PA– Verified Buyer
First time buying a dollhouse. This has allot of little pieces. I am updating quite a few of the exterior and interior doors, windows etc. I would have given it five stars but pieces were warped and when you go to punch out sections they are so thin they tend to splinter. They tell you to go on the side that is perforated, which I did, but I found that if you gently push with a instrument from the side that is not perforated it comes apart with less splintering. I would recommend this dollhouse.
Mary Curtius from Ville Platte, La
My granddaughter who is 8 years old, takes after her grandmother when it comes to crafts. She decided she wants to learn how to build a dollhouse so, she and grandma are doing her first one together. Not going to do the lighting in the first one but, stained flowers, Victorian style wallpaper, antique style furniture, ect. We are taking our time doing it so that we get it just the way she wants it and, learns a little history along the way.
Paul Ailey from Shawnee, OK– Verified Buyer
Requires a little knowledge of how to put together a dollhouse kit. Very easy to construct, if you follow all directions and spend quite a bit of time on preparing the parts. Not all parts are ready fit, just an fyi.
worth the work!
kat from Farmington, UT– Verified Buyer
this is great for anyone who wants to start miniatures as a hobby! **you need to follow the instructions exactly! otherwise it becomes a big mess. don't take anything out of the box until it tells you to!
Takes Patience and Skill
Kevin from CENTER CONWAY, NH– Verified Buyer
This is not an easy dollhouse project. The wood is rough and will take quite a bit of patience and time to finish it prior to putting it together. Because it is a punch out kit, care must be taken to ensure you do not damage any of the pieces.
Less than thrilled....
Sandra Lyons from Cape May, NJ– Verified Buyer
Cute house. Horrid materials. Less than thrilled. 1/2" scale which I didn't know or I wouldn't have ordered it. The wood used for this house is inferior...splintered, stained and not on piece is the same color, some are smooth and some need major work. You get what you pay for...on good point is I didn't pay full price. I tossed it back in the box and put it in the closet.
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