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HN-GNL020 Greenleaf

Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale

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  • Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit  - 1 Inch Scale
  • Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit  - 1 Inch Scale
Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit  - 1 Inch Scale

Dimensions & Specifications

Assembly
Assembly Required
Brand
Greenleaf
Color
Cherry, Brown
Dimensions
30.5W x 17.5D x 31H Inches
International Shipping
Canada
Material
Wood
Scale
1 Inch
Style
All Other Styles, 3-Stories
Type
Unfurnished Dollhouses
Weight
30 lbs.

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  • Measures 30.5W x 17.5D x 31H in.
  • Recommended for hobbyists ages 12 and up
  • Unassembled Colonial house
  • 3-story house with 6 rooms
  • Solid plywood construction
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Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale
 
3.3

(based on 12 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

70%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun (4)
  • Cute design (3)
  • Entertaining (3)
  • Realistic looking (3)

Cons

  • Poor quality (4)

Best Uses

  • Indoor (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A Fun Project: This Will Keep You Busy

For the price, this dollhouse kit is a great value, especially since it comes with house siding and roof shingles. It is a very time-consuming project--which I don't mind, as I'm...Read complete review

For the price, this dollhouse kit is a great value, especially since it comes with house siding and roof shingles. It is a very time-consuming project--which I don't mind, as I'm building this house as a hobby--but if you're planning on whipping this house together in a weekend, you'd may as well splurge and buy a pre-assembled house at your local hobby or toy store, Otherwise, you will wind up with a shabby-looking dollhouse! Be careful in punching out the wooden pieces, or they will snap. Follow directions to a T to ensure you don't create more of a mess than necessary. I am in the "finishing touches" stage of working on this house, meaning I still need to put in windows, trim, etc. It took me about ten to twelve hours to assemble the main frame of the house and all interior walls (minus the attic and roof); the two inside fireplaces, including one with a built-in bookcase flanking it; two fireplaces; and the main staircase inside. Currently, I've primed the window casings and sills and will paint those before gluing them to the plastic windows. Note: It is MUCH smarter to prime and paint or simply stain the trim pieces before attaching them.

Also prepare to have lots of hot glue sticks and a hot glue gun on hand. Sandpaper of varying grains is a good choice, too--I was out and used emery boards, which were perfect for the smaller pieces. I also plan on using wood filler to "patch up" some of the gaps between pieces. I will then sand and smooth out the work before priming and painting.

Keep the box for visual reference and make sure you read the "tips" sheet that is also included--don't just skip right to the directions.

I also recommend having plenty of sandwich bags and sticky-notes or a permanent marker handy. Some of the pieces will become "unpunched" from the wood before you need them, and even writing the number of the wood sheet on the back is confusing. I did this, but also put any "loose" pieces (and scraps, just in case) in labeled sandwich bags. The wooden sheets are labeled effectively, I think, so you can just follow their numbering system.

Keep a pencil handy, too, in case you need to jot down a number on the back of a piece of wood or even cross out steps in the directions (which I found useful). As they suggest, DRY FIT everything before gluing into place.

All in all, slow and steady will win the race--and build and better dollhouse.

I look forward to finishing and decorating the house with accessories and furniture, but that may be a few months off, as I can only work on the house a few hours each weekend, due to a high-stress job. You can see why I needed a hobby to release some tension!

Note: I have a feeling this project would go more smoothly with two people working on it together, but I'm a solo hobbyist (and a woman with a pretty good knowledge of how to use tools and be "crafty"), and it's been working out for me.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

NOT WHAT WE EXPECTED!!!

This is not what it appears to be. Although it said 30 hrs assembly - that's only if you don't care what the finished product looks like! It took me & my husband...Read complete review

This is not what it appears to be. Although it said 30 hrs assembly - that's only if you don't care what the finished product looks like! It took me & my husband (both have building experience) 100 hours to get this completed! After you punch out the poorly stamped pieces they ALL need to be sanded, retrimed to fit properly or fabricate your own with the extra wood because they fell apart in your hand! None of the window trims fit properly, chimney's were warped, the list is endless. We wanted the finished product to replicate the box because that the picture we liked and without all our hard work it probably would have fallen apart in a week. The kit should have come with the front door hinges, door knocker and lights on the outside for the completed look, I can't find them anywhere! We will treasure this and make it a new family heirloom because of all the time & hard work. It was our daughters 5th birthday gift & she loves it. Overall, it looks beautiful now that its completed, but it's A LOT OF WORK!!!!

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Worst experience ever

By Mary

from Mobile, Al

Verified Reviewer

Pros

    Cons

    • Difficult To Assemble
    • Flimsy

    Best Uses

      Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

      We are missing parts BUT the parts we have are flimsy and are not cut all the way through. The parts break apart and we are having to glue the pieces back together. I do not know if the set is defective or if this is the way they all are. We are the most unhappy people in the dollhouse world. We paid more than the advertised price the price changed before we actually received it. We feel we are owed a doll house completed. You build this house and send it to us. we would never recommend this product to anyone.

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      A Fun Project: This Will Keep You Busy

      By Cristina

      from New England, USA

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Cute Design
      • Easy To Personalize
      • Fun
      • Good Dimensions

      Cons

      • Difficult For One Person
      • Difficult To Store

      Best Uses

      • Creative Development
      • Family Time
      • Great For Donation
      • Group Activity
      • Imaginative Play
      • Indoor

      Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

      For the price, this dollhouse kit is a great value, especially since it comes with house siding and roof shingles. It is a very time-consuming project--which I don't mind, as I'm building this house as a hobby--but if you're planning on whipping this house together in a weekend, you'd may as well splurge and buy a pre-assembled house at your local hobby or toy store, Otherwise, you will wind up with a shabby-looking dollhouse! Be careful in punching out the wooden pieces, or they will snap. Follow directions to a T to ensure you don't create more of a mess than necessary. I am in the "finishing touches" stage of working on this house, meaning I still need to put in windows, trim, etc. It took me about ten to twelve hours to assemble the main frame of the house and all interior walls (minus the attic and roof); the two inside fireplaces, including one with a built-in bookcase flanking it; two fireplaces; and the main staircase inside. Currently, I've primed the window casings and sills and will paint those before gluing them to the plastic windows. Note: It is MUCH smarter to prime and paint or simply stain the trim pieces before attaching them.

      Also prepare to have lots of hot glue sticks and a hot glue gun on hand. Sandpaper of varying grains is a good choice, too--I was out and used emery boards, which were perfect for the smaller pieces. I also plan on using wood filler to "patch up" some of the gaps between pieces. I will then sand and smooth out the work before priming and painting.

      Keep the box for visual reference and make sure you read the "tips" sheet that is also included--don't just skip right to the directions.

      I also recommend having plenty of sandwich bags and sticky-notes or a permanent marker handy. Some of the pieces will become "unpunched" from the wood before you need them, and even writing the number of the wood sheet on the back is confusing. I did this, but also put any "loose" pieces (and scraps, just in case) in labeled sandwich bags. The wooden sheets are labeled effectively, I think, so you can just follow their numbering system.

      Keep a pencil handy, too, in case you need to jot down a number on the back of a piece of wood or even cross out steps in the directions (which I found useful). As they suggest, DRY FIT everything before gluing into place.

      All in all, slow and steady will win the race--and build and better dollhouse.

      I look forward to finishing and decorating the house with accessories and furniture, but that may be a few months off, as I can only work on the house a few hours each weekend, due to a high-stress job. You can see why I needed a hobby to release some tension!

      Note: I have a feeling this project would go more smoothly with two people working on it together, but I'm a solo hobbyist (and a woman with a pretty good knowledge of how to use tools and be "crafty"), and it's been working out for me.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Love it!

      By Adele

      from PADUCAH,KY

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Cute Design

      Cons

      • Decor Not Included

      Best Uses

      • Indoor

      Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

      Always wanted a dollhouse. I love miniatures.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Great Service! Ordering Made Simple!

      By Kathleen

      from SANTA ANA,CA

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Colonial
      • Huge Rooms
      • Realistic Looking

      Cons

      • Tabs Needed Tweeking

      Best Uses

      • Organizational Skills

      Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

      I liked the secure method of payment. The dollhouse arrived when promised in perfect condition. This is my first hobby project. I'm up for the challenge attaching all the siding and roof shingles. OH Boy! There's a lot of decorative pieces to keep me busy!
      Kathleen

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      3.0

      great for the first time

      By JD

      from Steubenville, oh

      About Me Grandparent

      Pros

      • Cute Design
      • Entertaining
      • Fun
      • Realistic Looking

      Cons

      • Too much sanding and wood
      • Too much wood filler

      Best Uses

      • Grandaughters

      Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

      detail lacking even with the ability to zoom on this site

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      A show piece if done right

      By OBR

      from Dartmouth, Massachusetts

      About Me Collector, Grandparent

      Pros

      • Another show piece
      • Can Withstand Use
      • Good Dimensions
      • Great Decor
      • Realistic Looking

      Cons

      • Difficult To Assemble
      • Too many small parts

      Best Uses

      • Creative Development
      • Indoor

      Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

      My goal was to complete this house exactly as shown on the box, and thanks to custom matching paints, my finished house looks exactly like the photo. Biggest problem, some poor quality punch-outs, too many small pieces needing two coats of paint. I didn't like the inside/outside approach to the windows so I adapted at bit and put both up and down parts outside. It worked.

      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Still working on it. 1/2 complete

      By Dee

      from Takoma Park, MD.

      About Me Retired Pop

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Most items fit

      Cons

      • Most stamped outs are chi
      • Poor Quality
      • Wood splits easily

      Best Uses

      • Young Children

      Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

      If one is to do it right, you must take your time. The wood does brake easy,lots of sanding.
      Some parts need to be painted first. Painting befor the trim is up is a mess.
      Looks great so far, Thanks , Dee

      (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      GREAT DOLLHOUSE FOR THE PRICE

      By JAN

      from RICHMOND, VA

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Fun

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Older Children

        Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

        THIS IS NOT THE BEST QUALITY DOLLHOUSE BUT WITH THE RIGHT DECORATING IT LOOKS GREAT.

        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        NOT WHAT WE EXPECTED!!!

        By Northern Frustration

        from Weare, New Hampshire

        Pros

        • Treasured gift

        Cons

        • Poor Quality

        Best Uses

        • Birthday Gift

        Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

        This is not what it appears to be. Although it said 30 hrs assembly - that's only if you don't care what the finished product looks like! It took me & my husband (both have building experience) 100 hours to get this completed! After you punch out the poorly stamped pieces they ALL need to be sanded, retrimed to fit properly or fabricate your own with the extra wood because they fell apart in your hand! None of the window trims fit properly, chimney's were warped, the list is endless. We wanted the finished product to replicate the box because that the picture we liked and without all our hard work it probably would have fallen apart in a week. The kit should have come with the front door hinges, door knocker and lights on the outside for the completed look, I can't find them anywhere! We will treasure this and make it a new family heirloom because of all the time & hard work. It was our daughters 5th birthday gift & she loves it. Overall, it looks beautiful now that its completed, but it's A LOT OF WORK!!!!

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        NICE LOOKING DOLLHOUSE

        By WIREFOX

        from CT

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Entertaining

        Cons

        • Poor Quality
        • WOOD WAS NOT OF GOOD QUAL

        Best Uses

        • Birthday Gift
        • Decoration
        • Older Children

        Comments about Greenleaf Willow Dollhouse Kit - 1 Inch Scale:

        ALTHOUGH THE COMPANY IS VERY EASY TO WORK WITH AND READY TO HELP OR REPLACE PARTS WITHOUT QUESTION, THE QUALITY OF THE WOOD LEAVES A LOT TO BE DESIRED. THE DOLLHOUSE ITSELF IS CUTE AND FUN TO HAVE, WE FOUND THAT IT TOOK FAR LONGER TO ASSEMBLE THAN WE ANICIPATED.

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        Customer Q & A

        6 Questions About This Product
        Q: "What is the chimney made of?"
        A: The chimney is made out of wood.
        Q: "Do I have to cut the windows and doors out and place them on the doll house?"
        A: No the windows and doors are pre-cut. They just need to be pushed out of the wood sheets they are on. The plastic for the windows needs to be cut.
        Q: "Do I have to put shingles on the house?"
        A: Yes, you will have to put on the shingles, which are included with the kit.
        Q: "What are the shingles made of?"
        A: The shingles are made of a birch veneer.
        Q: "What is this dollhouse made of?"
        A: This dollhouse is made of plywood.
        Q: "How high is it from the floor to the ceiling on each floor?"
        A: The floor to the ceiling is 8 inches.
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