Unfinished Beacon Hill Dollhouse looking for a home

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This partially finished Beacon Hill Dollhouse was left in the house we just purchased and we'd like to find it a loving home.  It seems to be wired for lighting and there's wood for siding in the box still.  We live in Cheyenne Wyoming but would be happy to meet if your within a couple hours.  We're not even sure how much to ask for this, so any advise on that would be great.




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So glad that you're making the effort to find a home for this lovely house. Please note that no dollar amounts are to be posted in the open forum. Conversations regarding price can be held via the Private Message feature. Hover the cursor over the person's avatar to open a window, then click on the envelope icon. All such conversations are private. Good luck finding someone to love this house.

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