1:12th Tudor Houses 
by Kevin Jackson

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The Kensington was by far the largest house I had built to date, and was built specifically for the first show I exhibited at the 2010 Kensington Dollshouse Festival, hence the name of the house being “Kensington”.


Overall base size: 1060mm wide x 560mm deep


Overall house size: 1100mm wide x 640mm deep x 1100mm high


Everything about this house has been done on a grand scale, and will provide the miniaturist who buys one ample opportunity to enjoy their passion for their hobby.


Including the spaces leading off from the feature central staircase, there are a total of 12 rooms, accessed by way of 12 lift off panels, 10 rectangular ones to the front, one triangular gable panel to the front, and a triangular gable panel to either end of the house.


There are a total of approx 70 working lights, including 3 Tudor style chandeliers in the roof space. The chandeliers have been wired via a separate circuit to the wall lights and concealed roof lights in the roof space, so you can choose to light this area by way of either type of lights or by both at the same time.


Some of the Kensington’s features include:








The Kensington

The Kensington


The Kensington was built specifically for the first show I exhibited at the Kensington Dollshouse Festival.