Wadsworth Manor is a composite of several English houses which the client selected while traveling. The floor plans are original, developed by Mark Turpin in collaboration with the client. The design scales to represent over 3,500 square feet of living space. The client will complete the exterior finish and interior decoration.
Wadsworth Manor's fourteen large rooms are connected by wide hallways. These rooms and a large beamed attic provide ample space for the treasures of many generations. The rooms include: parlour, dining room, music room, kitchen, breakfast room, and a glass conservatory on the first floor, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a nanny's room on the second floor. Three fireplaces warm the interior of this inviting house.
The front entrance of Wadsworth Manor features a vestibule with a second floor terrace above. Five bay windows add a special character. The back of the house includes a service entrance to the hallway next to the kitchen, with a small balcony above, off the bedroom hallway.
The walls of Wadsworth Manor are removable on three sides for easy access to all rooms. The house is 57" wide, 32" deep, 39" tall, and the walls are made of solid pine, with poplar window framing, and birch plywood floors. Sold.
Wadsworth Manor was featured in the March 2007 issue of Dollhouse and Miniature Scene magazine, and the October 2013 issue of Miniature Collector magazine.
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