Haunted House Dollhouse Kit

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  • Haunted House Dollhouse Kit
  • Haunted House Dollhouse Kit
  • Haunted House Dollhouse Kit
  • Haunted House Dollhouse Kit
  • Haunted House Dollhouse Kit
  • Haunted House Dollhouse Kit
  • Haunted House Dollhouse Kit
  • Haunted House Dollhouse Kit

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What an adventure! This little kit can inspire the ghosts and goblins lurking within your imagination. This four room house with staircase and twelve pieces of furniture is sure to haunt and delight you. The only limit to your design of this spooky house is your own creativity.

features include:

  • Built in bookcase
  • True miniature scale
  • 1 inch = 1 foot
  • Craft Sticks for Scary Fence
  • Twelve Pieces of Spooky Furniture
  • Shingles
  • Open-back design
  • Tab/slot assembly
  • Unfinished wood

additional features:

  • Assembled Dollhouse Dimensions: 17” W x 12” D x 18” H
  • Dollhouse Kit Dimensions: 14” W x 26” D x 2” H
  • Dollhouse Kit Weight: 9 Pounds
  • Dollhouse Shingles Included? Yes, Fishscale Style
  • Required Bags of Shingles: 2
  • Dollhouse Siding Included? No
  • Required Bags of Siding: 3
  • Material: Wood
  • Manufacturer's Part #: 0066
  • Manufacturer's UPC#: 736052000667
  • 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.
This product is recommended for adult hobbyist and children ages 13 and up.
Finished houses are not recommended for young children.

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6 Reviews

  • 5
    This house practically flies together.

    Posted by Cookie on Aug 10th 2011

    This little house was much too cute to "haunt", but it did practically "fly" together! The entire shell was up and I began decorating in one session!

  • 5
    Easy doesn't begin to describe this kit!

    Posted by Boo! on Aug 10th 2011

    I made this kit as a haunted house over 20 years ago. It was my first try at a dollhouse kit and I was hooked! Easy doesn't begin to describe this kit, and haunting it was so much fun! I put stair treads in a vice and whacked then with a hammer before building the staircase. Now I bring it out of the attic every year for Halloween and it sports authentic cobwebs! Looks great!

  • 5
    Easy to do.

    Posted by Karen on Aug 10th 2011

    it was easy to do..even if you don't understand the directions. you don't have to make it scary, it can be a normal house...just buy extra shingles.

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