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The New Orleans Doll House kit in milled MDF, Real Good Toys
Product Code: RG75KMM
Was US$198.00
Savings: US$19.80
The New Orleans Doll House kit in milled MDF, Real Good Toys


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French Quarter Cottage! The New Orleans has five rooms . This kit includes the framed door, the framed windows, stairs, porch, railing, shingles, all trims as shown. Also has pre-milled clapboard siding. Scale: 1/12. Floor plan is adjustable. Wing addition is sold seperately. If you want to upgrade the door and windows, you can purchase them seperately and install them once your house is assembled.

Also available in pre-bricked finish. The New Orleans House in Brick. Completely finished kit and painted wooden brick exterior wall panels instead of the Milled Clapboard walls which are shown above. Same dimensions and components included. New Orleans House kit in Brick #DH-75B

Apply an automatic 10% "Online Discount" to the retail price when you order online, and get free shipping*.

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New Orleans

Model # RGT75K
Wall Finish: MM
32"W x 16"D x 21"H
1"=1' scale
7 rooms

Classic Features Include:

  • Complete Kit includes everything you need to finish as shown*
  • Precision Workmanship - engineered parts pre-cut to really work**
  • Durable gingerbread trim is 1/8" thick
  • Movable room dividers accept standard doors
  • Expertly molded railings and porch posts
  • Wooden shingles for the roof
  • Step-by-step instructions with detailed drawings
  • 10" Floor to ceiling height
  • A unique assembly process features grooved connectors for ease of assembly, guaranteed fit and durability
  • Detailed staircase with banisters
  • Raised panel door
  • Roof cresting adds an interesting flair to the roof top
  • Shaped, solid wood moldings add unique style to the extended floor edges
  • Sturdy Construction features 3/8" thick milled or brick walls
  • The mansard roof maximizes the living and decorating space on the second floor

French Quarter

Contrary to a popular belief, only a handful buildings in the French Quarter are of Spanish colonial style, concentrated mainly around the cathedral and Chartres Street. Most of the 2,900 buildings in the Quarter are either of "second generation" Creole or Greek revival styles. Fires in 1788 and 1794 destroyed much of the original French colonial buildings, that is, "first generation" Creole, mostly raised homes with wooden galleries, the last example being Madame John's Legacy, built during the Spanish rule in 1788 and still standing at 632 Dumaine Street. The Ursuline Convent (1745-1752) is the last intact example of French colonial architecture predating the city's transfer to Spain. Of the structures built during the French or Spanish colonial eras, only some 25 survived to this day. Two-thirds of the French Quarter structures date back from the first half of the 19th century, the most prolific decade being the 1820s, when the city was growing at an amazing rate. Records show that not a single Spanish architect was operating in the city : only French and American were, the latter gradually replacing the former as Creole style was being replaced by Greek revival architecture in the 1830s and 1840s. Spanish administrators did enforce strict building codes, requiring brick buildings to avoid another fire, but the Spaniards per se did not influence much the Quarter's architecture. Spanish influence came indirectly with the form of Creole style, which mixed African, french, Spanish and Caribbean borrowings.

Jackson Square took its current form in the 1850s : the Cathedral was redesigned, mansard rooftops were added to the Cabildo and the Presbytere, and the Pontalba apartments were built on the sides of the square, adorned with wrought iron balconies. The trend of wrought and cast iron balconies in New Orleans can be traced back to this period.

Size: 32W x 16D x 21H
Shipping Weight: 35 lbs
Shipping: Free via UPS Ground
Available To Ship: 2-3 days
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