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1 4'x8' sheet of 1/4" plywood, wood glue, 1" finishing nails, scrap carpet or vinyl flooring, stones for fireplace, 3/4" flat trim for window edges, 1/8" thick Plexiglas for windows 3' long piano hinge, small wood screws for hinge file ends of screws that protruded, paint for exterior and interior. Built this in 1978 as a Santa project for my 2 daughters.The chimney is a scrap piece of wood with 1/2" copper pipe for flues. Some pieces of 1/4" dowel for clothes rods and wire hangers made from hangers.

Base 28.5" (hinge in middle, x 24" wide, 39" high peak, roof panels 18"x26".

<p>That looks great! I'd love to see more pictures if you have them from when you made it. </p>
<p>Added dimensions and more photos just recently, great to build to last for daughters and honouray granddaughters!</p>
<p>That looks great! </p>
<p>Plans are long lost, can give you exact dimensions before house moves to next generation of honourary grand daughters, I tried to make sure it all fit on one sheet of plywood, worked on it in secret (hard to do with inquesitive children), Veikko As a &quot;Professional Tinkerer&quot; may projects in the works to fulfill retirement, check out my website http://moz.execulink.net/~buddybutler.com/buddypage1.html especially repurposing items.</p>
<p>Just posted more photos and dimensions, hope that helps.</p>

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