The Beacon Hill Dollhouse
Dignified and grand, the Beacon Hill has become the flagship of the Greenleaf line. Its sophisticated exterior is enhanced by a curved Mansard roof, and no detail has been omitted, including even a little window in the cellar!
The Beacon Hill has seven rooms and two hallways that are large enough to furnish as rooms. Three fireplaces, three bay windows, and a winding staircase add to the elegance of this outstanding dollhouse.
- Features include:
- True miniature scale
- 1 inch = 1 foot
- Open-back design
- Tab/slot assembly
- Unfinished wood
- Assembled Dollhouse Dimensions:
32” W x 17” D x 40” H
- Dollhouse Kit Dimensions:
33” W x 25” D x 4” H
- DollHouse Kit Weight: 46 Pounds
- Dollhouse Shingles Included? Yes, Fishscale Style
- Required Bags of Shingles: 3
- Dollhouse Siding Included? Yes
- Material: Wood
- Manufacturer's Part #: 8002
- Manufacturer's UPC#: 736052080027
- Country of Origin: United States of America
- Availability: Usually Ships within 24 hours
This dollhouse kit does not come with paint, furnishings, or other decorations. Age recommendations: Assembly - 12 and up. Assembly with parent - 7 and up. Finished houses are not recommended for young children.
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I didn't actually 'build' this house, but rather renovated it after finding it on the curb. It is the most awesome house . . . big rooms and plenty of them. This is a 'little' girl's dream!! Teresa, WI
I challenge anyone to find a better looking Victorian on the market. The curved Mansard is especially classy--and a trait few other house models have. The wonderful thing about this house, and all greenleaf houses, is how easily you can turn it entirely into something that reflects you. The kit assembles very well, and comes together quickly. It's one of the most satisfying projects I've ever done, and I treasure this gorgeous house. It's like you're building an heirloom, not just a 'toy'.
I am currently building the Beacon doll house. Actually I purchased two of these doll house kits 25 years ago for my two daughters. After I completed one of the houses I put it aside and decided to give myself a break in the building process. Well here it is 25 years later and have decided to complete the build on the two of them. As mentioned they were for my two daughters who are now 32 and 29 years of age. Now they are no longer for them but for my two grand daughters who have staked a claim on them. Everyone who sees them are blown away with the beauty of these houses. Now I am so pleased that I put them into storage. The only problem that I have is that they both want them painted in purple and pink. By the way they are 4 and 2 years of age. Its great to think that a purchase that I made 25 years ago will continue as my legacy.
Graham in Calgary Canada
My father built this house for me in 1994. For me the Beacon Hill will always be the jewel in my dollhouse collection. Elegantly beautiful, yet still structurally sound and sturdy after many years. Susanne, Canada