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Looks great Ron I just found this site and always loved that place. I tried for a couple yrs now to find some floorplans for it with no success. what did you use for reference just pictures?

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Joe, are you also a builder? Introduce yourself to all of us at the Newcomers' Forum.

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well not necessarily dollhouses but I like building scale model houses I guess sort of the same thing. I have a complete woodwork shop with all the major tools plus acess to laser and cnc router thats I can use after I cad up pieces in 3D cad then I can build them. long winded but yes I am a scale model house builder and love the old victorian style houses I do up for haunted houses once in a while for ppl. and now I have a 2 and 4 yr old grandson into spooky things and looking for my next project.

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When I hit the hobby shops for supplies and the people who work there asked me what I build I said 1:12 and 1:24 scale dollhouses and they informed me I was a scale house model builder (even though I work from kits).

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joe, your right, just built off pictures on the exterior. came up with the inside myself so it will work for a dollhouse and reach all the rooms. it dosent take too much planning. i thought it would have been harder to build then it was but took a lot longer then i figured.

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Wait! Is this the house that is on Ebay? There is one posted on Ebay right now that I commented on. This is the most awesome house I have ever seen. It is so awesome I can only keep going back and looking at it and wishing I not only had the house, but the skills to make it so beautiful.

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Ok, now that I have calmed down, I can see that this is not the house on Ebay because this one is under construction. I am in awe of your skills with this huge undertaking. Beautiful house.

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Debby, it actually is currently listed on eBay. Ron has been working on this house and the Garrison for a few years now. Ron is amazing.

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