39" (99 cm.) l. x 45"h. x 15"d. The wooden house features fine architectural exterior details including bevelled-edge wooden blocks that simulate stone and brick, arched and pedimented windows, paneled doors, and slatted roof to simulate shingle patterns with two very large beveled-edge chimneys. The two-piece front panels notch into the framework and are held by two wire hooks, and with side-opening panels. The interior of the house features early original hand-painted wall papers, and each room is fitted with built-in fire place. The house is in excellent unrestored condition. Known as the Tickenhill Baby House, it was modeled after the 16th century Tickenhill Manor House in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and was likely created by the master carpenter of that estate.