Full scale Diana dimensions

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HI,  I just ordered the 1:12 Diana laser cut.  Can anyone tell me the width of the house foundation?  The overall width is listed as 28" but that would include the projection of the 2 bay windows on the sides.  I'm looking for the footprint of the house dimensions so I can find out if it will fit on a table I have set aside for it.

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I happen to have a half scale (1:24) Diana in dry fit. It’s foundation footprint is about 10.5” x 7.5”, so at 1:12 it would be about 21” x 15”. Greenleaf's store website says 27” x 16” but that takes into account the back eave overhang and the side bays and gable overhangs. 

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