Fairfield Dollhouse Kit

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  • Fairfield Dollhouse Kit
  • Fairfield Dollhouse Kit
  • Fairfield Dollhouse Kit
  • Fairfield Dollhouse Kit
  • Fairfield Dollhouse Kit
  • Fairfield Dollhouse Kit
  • Fairfield Dollhouse Kit
  • Fairfield Dollhouse Kit


Picture this table center-a beautifully detailed ½” scale dollhouse no bigger than a place mat. Make it perfectly Victorian in every aspect, even including a tower chamber, four fireplaces, and a wrap-around porch. Includes ½” scale shingles in the kit! This masterpiece opens on two sides, offering a wide accessibility to all six rooms plus the large attic!

Do all this and you’ve got the Fairfield, a gem of a little house.

Features Include:

  • Shingles
  • True miniature scale
  • one half inch = 1 foot
  • Open-back design
  • Tab/slot assembly
  • Unfinished wood

Additional Features:

  • Assembled Dollhouse Dimensions: 15" W x 16" D x 20" H
  • Dollhouse Kit Dimensions: 21.5" W x 17" D x 3" H
  • Dollhouse Kit Weight: 11 Pounds
  • Dollhouse Shingles Included? Yes, Hexagon Style
  • Required Bags of Shingles: 2
  • Dollhouse Siding Included? No
  • Required Bags of Siding: 2
  • Material: Wood
  • Manufacturer's Part #: 8015
  • Manufacturer's UPC#: 736052080157
  • 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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6 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Stephanie on Jul 23rd 2018


  • 5
    I am so excited to get my first house.

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 10th 2011

    I am purchasing the Fairfeild today... So excited:) I have never made a dollhouse before and this house looks great for a starter home.

  • 5
    This house is wonderful.

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 10th 2011

    First house little overwhelmed but all worth it in the end. Im almsot done Im currenlty putting on the shingles. In the beggining it was hard I quickly learned to lable and paint parts prior to adding them to the house. The stair case gave me problems. And there is a ton of sanding involved. This house is wonderful I thought about giving it to my daughter but Im now going to use this house as my test house and start on another one. I want one with bigger rooms. Im also going to put in lighting and floors, Im going all out. I learned a ton from this one. And feel Im ready to go all out with my next one.

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