This is a five room house with the living/dining room being separated by a half wall with a planter box on top....sorry, no plants yet!
This house is 24.5" wide by 13.5" tall and 9.25" deep.
Sofa and chair are beautifully flocked...something done by Strombecker Mfg since the late 1930's. The big picture window and modern design curtains look like they are right out of a 1950 Better Homes and Gardens magazine.
Neat little tea cart....wheels don't move however. Dian Zillner, in Furnished Dollhouses 1880's-1980's, said this was the last line of Strombecker furniture ever issued.
Kitchen counters have triangle shelves just like the British Twigg furniture of the 1950's.
Just like in the movies of the 1950's, all parents had twin beds.....
Strombecker produced the same toilet, bathtub and hamper from the mid 1930's thru the early 1960's. The sink vanity is an early 60's item and was not original to the set of furniture available with the purchase of the dollhouse.