The Union catalog described it as "six room dollhouse set up, ready for simple attachment of wing to house. Interiors, exteriors and floors are decorated in many colors. Made from tekwood and wood. Equipped with large picture type windows, staircase and recessed entrance. Length, 32½ inches; width, 12½ inches; height, 17 inches."
In 1951 the cost for this house was $10.50
To give a better idea of the color scheme, here are my other two houses that were made in the early 1950s with similar graphics.
This is Keystone's small Put-Away house,
and the interior with Ideal furniture and Ideal family.
The other house with similar graphics is in need of a door,
and the interior is inhabited by mice.
If you have this dollhouse or know of someone who does, are willing to part with it and have it come to a loving home, please contact me at email@example.com. Maybe we can make a deal!