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MiniFig English Mansion . This Lego mansion only in exists in the plastic brick world, its not a replica... . I have wanted to build something like this for years. I am now 35 and have not built any Lego creations for far too long. Unfortunately or fortunately (as I secretly love it) I am hooked and want to build more, limited perhaps by finances and space, LOL... Its a very expensive hobby. In terms of actual building, I tend to just place a brick and see what happens, pretty much like I did with this 'English Mansion' as it was not planned, I just layed out a floor plan which fitted the desk top and started to build. What I have ended up with is a kind of Jacobean mansion (more historically correct would be to say its a mixture of eras, the back even has Scottish elements of architectural design; this just happened as I was building). I have used little lights inside too so various rooms light up at night. The great hall is the best room with a gallery and hammer beam roof and I have managed to make little chandliers too. All the rooms are linked by corridors and staircases and I have added internal fixtures and fire places; if only I could shrink myself and wander around the rooms... One thing I should have done is to have arranged it so the whole thing opened up, as it hard to see inside. The great hall does have two large removeable windows though so its possible to see inside. The next large build I create will be designed and planned, I just enjoyed 'winging it' this time as its a great deal of fun! I think I will create a modern house/building next (although I have already started building a matching garage/stable block) and would love to build a huge cathedral or palace. In fact there are loads of things I wanna build but they are going to have to wait, I estimate it would cost at least 12.000.00 to build a catherdral/palace for instance so I had better start doing the lottery again me thinks! I am new to this site and I must say there are some talented people out there... Anyway thanks for reading, I hope you like my little house. Happy Building!

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