Thursday, November 09, 2006

Doll House

Doll house

This is the fanciest doll house in town. It is attached to a historical site so I'm not sure who the owner is or how it is used. It's an interesting find in a not-so-well-traveled part of town.

7 comments:

Bart said...

it's a house from a fairy tale!

Annie said...

It does look like a doll house - but I'm imagining real live people live in it.

Sally said...

Looks liek a very girly cubby house!

Thiên said...

I agree with you all. I would love to go inside, maybe one day I will see someone I can ask.

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Sonya Noga said...

This dollhouse was built by the German owner of the town toystore in Seguin, TX. My grandfather, Pablo Castilla, purchased the owner's Victorian house along with the little dollhouse in the 50's. Upon my Grandfather's death, his children donated the dollhouse to the city of Seguin. It was relocated to a park. We have all loved visiting the house over the yrs. It's large enough to be a playhouse, but just has the one room.It is still on display in Seguin, TX.

Sonya Noga said...

Here is the link to the conservation society: http://www.seguinconservation.org/DollHouse.aspx