A dolls’ house collector’s dream house. The Downton Manor has been redesigned to included larger rooms, higher ceilings and a new style front, including attractive exterior quion detailing. It is a grand house on three floors plus attic rooms with an additional basement option.
Internally it has an imposing grand staircase on the ground floor with double door openings to the two reception rooms.
The six main rooms each have two detailed arched windows to the front and one at the side.
The two small rooms on the third floor have one window each.
The two attic rooms each have two dormers to the front and one side window and the landing has one dormer.
The optional basements two main rooms have two side windows and one front window each and there is one front door.
It has two front opening doors and on the middle section there are two columns up to the second floor balcony they then continue up to the top triangular pediment.
The first floor has double front doors and there are French doors and a balcony on the second floor and a door at the back of the hallway. All bannisters, railings and handrails are included.
The second floor has a large hallway with a window at the back. There are two single door openings leading off the landing to a large reception room on the left and a room on the right that has a door opening in the back that leads to a staircase going to the next floor.
The third floor has a large room on the left. A small room. A small landing with stairs to the attic. A room on the right that has an archway at the back.