This one room bungalow dollhouse matches one that Cass made in 1928. The detail is actually printed right onto the wood. It has a white with green cobblestone base. It has two white turned columns that hold up the porch roof. The printed detail on the front of the house is green, red, and black on the white background. The door is white with black definition. The shutters and bushes are green. There are red lamps next to the door and shades in the windows. There are 2 red vertical sashes on each side of the front. The windows in the dormer are white with black detail. There are two printed windows on each side. One side has hinges - that are not original - to allow the door to open to reveal the inner room that has a very light whitewash. There is no other detail. The back of this house is white. The cobblestone goes around the entire house. The roof and chimney, I believe, are off of a Converse house and were combined sometime through the years. The 1928 Cass house had a "fish scale" design on it's roof. This one is red with a bit of black. The chimney matches some of the chimneys that are seen on the Converse houses with the black strip around the top. This house is 11-3/8" tall x 13-3/8" wide x 12-1/2" deep. This house is in the 3/4" scale.
The house was played with through the years. The printing on the wood is still pretty clear. The white is more of an off white now. The roof has different size nails that can be seen in the picture. It does not quite meet in the center. The door has been reinforced with a piece of wood. It has a split by the knob. I am not sure whether this is the original knob. It never had a hook