I was able to purchase a Franklin Mint Heartland Hollow doll house yesterday off a Craigslist for $200 in the Poconos, PA area. I bought it off a lady who had purchased it at a garage sale. She didn't say why she was selling it, she just said the only offers she had received were too low and for people who just wanted a doll house for their children to play with. I'm a huge Wysocki enthusiast and constantly am on the prowl to collect anything related to him, so I was so excited when I came across this and it still was available. It came with about half of the original furniture it seems, but no book. I've been in contact with Charles Wysocki's son a few times over the past years to show him things here and there I've managed to find, and he said this about the Heartland Hollow home: "Thank you for your email. Yes, those doll houses seem to be pretty rare. They did come in a huge box with a booklet showing each piece of furniture, and where it went. It also did have some sort of certificate explaining the doll house and my father's involvement. He did like the way it turned out, and was involved in the creative process (at least signing off on certain aspects of it's design). We did have three whole sets of these dollhouses all in mint condition in the boxes with all of the information. We had a fire in 2003 (Southern California Firestorm) that burned these houses to the ground along with a lot of other priceless items. Unfortunately any additional information I had burned up with those houses, so at this point I am at square one." I'm looking forward to connecting to others who own the rare home. I will add more picture shortly. I have no idea where I will keep it but I just had to have it. It's truly magical to see something so 3D and physical out of his mythos he created though his art. Please reach out if you also own this beautiful home.