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Walmer Foxhall Manor #600 is ready for a new loving home. We are keeping the other miniature houses but this is too big for our new space. It's a large installation- see ping pong table for size reference. See photos posted here: https://duluth.craigslist.org/clt/d/duluth-vintage-walmer-foxhall-manor/6963266066.html 

Kept in good condition by my perfectionist word-working grandfather in his basement. His 80yr old hands can't manage the intricate parts for quite some years so it's time for a new home. He reinforced the main base area for a better platform. Main house structure is complete but windows were not installed (still in original packaging). One of the additions has been set up, while the Conservatory is still new un-opened in box. 

Also includes both additions: #603 and #605

More photos or video upon request.
Make an offer. This exact kit [but without either addition] is being sold on eBay for much more:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sophistikits-Foxhall-Manor-Dollhouse-Material-Milled-Plywood-/331766853785

Would make such a memorable Christmas house display. 

-12 Rooms. 
-Front-opening design. 
-Fancy porch posts and spindles. 
-Window kits include interior trim. 
-Step-by-step instructions with detailed drawings.

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