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Review- KidKraft Majestic Dollhouse

By Whatsgoingoninleeannesmind @Mommalynyrd

Review- KidKraft Majestic DollhouseKidKraft  Majestic Mansion
Traditional-style doll house
8 rooms of open space to decorate
Barbie doll compatible
This play house is full of fun and interactive features
Elevator glides back and forth between the second and third floor
Garage with doors that swing open
Wide windows on both sides for viewing dolls from different points of view
Large enough that multiple children can play house at once
Molded plastic staircase
This Kidkraft doll house includes 33 pieces of furniture and accessories
Accommodates fashion dolls up to 12" tall
Made of composite wood products
Dimensions: 51" x 14" x 52.75"
Adult assembly required; includes detailed, step-by-step instructions

For my daughters 4th Birthday I decided to go big, she loves to play with all her dolls and action figures and pretend different pieces of furniture in her room are different places for the dolls.
I purchased this dollhouse from Walmart.com and had it shipped to my home.
I waited for her to go to sleep the night before her birthday and I went in to set it up, little did I know how much of a hassle that would be. If you plan on purchasing this item I suggest that you have two adults present for assembly. It took me a total of 3 hours to complete, most of it was trying to figure out which piece went where.
Even with the amount of time it took, I say this was well worth it, it is absolutely beautiful and great for kids and adults alike!
The furniture is made strong and sturdy, a true plus to not have to purchase separately as well. The designs on the walls of it are realistic and very detailed as well.
It will provide hours of fun for your little girl and you! 
My daughter plays with it every day, and it made a wonderful surprise for her birthday. I give this an "A+" for appearance "A+" for Quality and a " C " for ease of assembly.
Definitely worth the money! I am glad I made this purchase!

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