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I have a unconstructed Granville dollhouse kit (510).  Mine does not have the shingles included. 

I bought it new in a sealed box in 1991, but still haven't gotten around to making it, so I'd like to sell it to someone who would love to do so.  I did open one side of the box to peek inside some time ago but I haven't popped out the pieces from the sheets inside.

I'll post it soon to craigslist in my local area (New Orleans area), but I thought I would post it here as well to see if anyone wants to make this home their home! ;-)

Send me a private message and offer if you are interested.  Local is easier, but I'll consider shipping if you wish to pay for postage and insurance.  I believe this is ok to post, but if not, please forgive and advise!

Thanks!

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You posted well within the trading post guidelines.  I have used construction paper and sandpaper for shingles, and Greenleaf sells wood shingles.  Is there any reason you don't want to build this kit for yourself to enjoy?

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20 minutes ago, havanaholly said:

You posted well within the trading post guidelines.  I have used construction paper and sandpaper for shingles, and Greenleaf sells wood shingles.  Is there any reason you don't want to build this kit for yourself to enjoy?

Thanks for the feedback!

I mentioned the shingles because an online search shows some kits that list the roof shingles included, and others do not.  I've used Greenleaf wood shingles for other projects.

I don't currently have the room to build and keep the house, and between some life size scale house renovations (ha!) and too many other art/craft pursuits (resin, painting), I need to pare down.  

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I am fortunate to have a granville, but I think if no one is interested here you might have better luck and get more listing it on eBay and having the buyer calculate postage and shipping....it's an often sought after build.

 

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3 hours ago, Qubanqtee said:

I am fortunate to have a granville, but I think if no one is interested here you might have better luck and get more listing it on eBay and having the buyer calculate postage and shipping....it's an often sought after build.

 

Thanks for the advice.

I saw a few old ebay posts, but the price seemed quite ridiculous, and I'm not sure what they actually sold for.  I'll do some more research on an appropriate price (and I'm open to any suggestions from anyone here!)

Thanks again!

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there are some granvilles that sold for upwards of $500 and $600 dollars....some for $300.....and anywhere in between.  The beautiful part is since Christmas is coming someone may ask for that and viola, you've got it listed!

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6 minutes ago, Qubanqtee said:

there are some granvilles that sold for upwards of $500 and $600 dollars....some for $300.....and anywhere in between.  The beautiful part is since Christmas is coming someone may ask for that and viola, you've got it listed!

Thanks!  Maybe I'll dip my toe in the ebay waters!

 

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Do you still have the granville? I had one and katrina washed it away . I lived in Pass Christian st the time. I would love to build another one. I live anhour and half from New Orleans.

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3 minutes ago, rosco said:

Do you still have the granville? I had one and katrina washed it away . I lived in Pass Christian st the time. I would love to build another one. I live anhour and half from New Orleans.

I'm sorry, no, I sold it, to a member here.  I wish I had it to give to you, and I hope you find your kit!  Best wishes!

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