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Tri-ang Dolls Houses Database, Vol. 3, 1946-1971

Bungalow B 1962-65. Dimensions: 35 inches [ cm] wide, 33 inches [89 cm] deep and 12.5 inches [31.5 cm] high

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Bungalow B 1962-65. Dimensions: 35 inches [ cm] wide, 33 inches [89 cm] deep and 12.5 inches [31.5 cm] high
The second largest of the short series of three flat-packed bungalows, designated A, B and C. Please see the caption to picture 52 for a note on their construction. (This photo above is shown courtesy of the Spielzeugmuseums in Nuremburg, Germany. Used with consent, via diepuppenstubensammlerin). Bungalow B is, essentially, the C minus the wing on the right, thus having four rooms and a car port. This model was supplied with an ornamental pool to be displayed on the baseboard. Access is gained by removing the two roof sections. There is no complete interior view of an actual house available on site, but the full interior is illustrated in the line drawing on the assembly leaflet, pictured alongside the house, above, and some of the interior details are visible through the windows of the actual model. The rooms from the left wing are very similar to those of the C - these may be seen in picture 54. A closer view, from another angle, of the exterior of the B, offering glimpses of part of the interior and a rear view of the carport wing may be seen in the next picture. The chimney in the central section is very similar to that of Bungalow A but that model has a lithographed stone wall at the rear, with two much smaller windows. (The rear view of the A is shown in picture 60 and its interior in picture 59, subsequently).
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1:26 AM on February 28, 2016 
Dolls House Restoration says...

Yes! It's a great design and fantastic tribute to the style of the 50s/60s. I have been in houses like this, really gorgeous. The expansive, open ceilings added such a wonderful luxurious feeling, grandeur. These days it's hard to find when so many homes are made to be compact and mindful of using wisely every square inch.
Dolls House Restoration
3:53 AM on February 11, 2015 

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