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Base of the house
Here is a peek underneath.
Posted on August 8, 2018 Full Size| Slideshow

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5 Comments

Mary Noel
2:37 PM on August 10, 2018 
Val Hill says...
You got me interested so I've looked these houses up on the internet, it's not a make I've particularly seen before. The house with a wing at both ends is amazing. It must be huge.


Careful Val! Researching these is a big rabbit hole to go down! LOL.
Val Hill
1:58 PM on August 9, 2018 
You got me interested so I've looked these houses up on the internet, it's not a make I've particularly seen before. The house with a wing at both ends is amazing. It must be huge.
Mary Noel
1:43 PM on August 9, 2018 
Val Hill says...
Looks very solidly built. Do you think the end bit might have been added later?

I do think the braces on the bottom were added later. The side wing is original though. I had to do a lot of research on these houses after I got it. There is a picture of another of these houses in the file with the same configuration and I have seen others online with the wing on the other side and even one giant house with wings on both sides! That would make that particular house 63" long! wow. I suspect they were built to be rather modular and could be added to, depending on what the customer ordered.
lallyp
6:24 AM on August 9, 2018 
I thought that too, Val.
Val Hill
2:09 AM on August 9, 2018 
Looks very solidly built. Do you think the end bit might have been added later?

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