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KidKraft 65023 Savannah Dollhouse

by KidKraft
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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Frequently Bought Together

KidKraft 65023 Savannah Dollhouse + Hape Happy Family - Caucasian
Price For Both: CDN$ 193.55

Product Features

  • Accommodates all fashion dolls up to 11.5-Inch tall
  • Made of wood and sturdy construction
  • 90 day replacement parts

Product Details

Product Description

Amazon.ca Product Description

The Savannah Dollhouse is one of our most elegant dollhouses to date. Decorated like a true southern mansion, this gorgeous house is sure to provide girls with hours of fun, imaginative play.

Product Description

The Savannah Dollhouse is one of our most elegant dollhouses to date. Decorated like a true southern mansion, this gorgeous house is sure to provide girls with hours of fun, imaginative play. Wide windows allow dolls to be viewed from multiple points of viewLength 51"Height 8"Width 18.25"Age 3Material MDF and RubberwoodStyle/Theme Traditional

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5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT Dollhouse! May 18 2014
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We recently bought this for my daughters 4th birthday. It wasn't my top choice because there were other houses I liked better but this one was on deal of the week at a price I couldn't beat. Once we put it together it was WAY nicer then it looks online. I was very impressed with it. My daughter loves it and keeps telling me how much she loves the dollhouse I got for her.

My only complaint is that the top floor keeps sliding out of place. I read many other reviews that recommended gluing that in place which we will do as soon as we can pry her away long enough.

*Note- It comes with great furniture but it does not come with any dolls. We purchased the Melissa & Doug doll family and the Hape pet family. She loves them both!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Perfect and so pretty! April 12 2014
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Overall the dollhouse is perfect and beautiful! The only negative point was during assembly - pieces didn't all quite fit perfectly. Ended up taking 4 hours to put together after much work. But all worth it after seeing the finished product!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome March 1 2014
By larissa
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got it for my daughters third birthday. both she and her 5 year old brother loved it! great quality sturdy design.
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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars  383 reviews
153 of 162 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Savannah Dollhouse Dec 31 2008
By J. Hartt - Published on Amazon.com
Durability: 2.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is a very large, very pretty dollhouse. The girls love it. However, in the description it does say it is made of wood, which lead me to believe that the house is made of wood. The frame of the house is, but the walls and floors are basically just cardboard and the stairs are cheap plastic. The stickers that mark the pieces for assembly rip off the decorations on the cardboard, making the house flawed from the start. I'm not sure how well this will hold up with heavy play, I would think it will only take one time of a child trying to climb into it or falling against it for the cardboard to get bent or creased or just break out all together. The furniture in the house is real wood, and very nice. The house is HUGE, my daughter is 4 and very tall and she cannot reach into the attic without a stool. So, IF the house lasts long enough, it will grow with your child.
57 of 58 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars How to assemble this beauty July 18 2012
By JS - Published on Amazon.com
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Durability: 4.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I love this house. Great value for the money. Huge. There are plenty of other comments on the merits. Here's how to put it together once it arrives on your doorstep. I will say it's sturdier than some of the reviews give it credit for. Apologies in advance if some of it is obvious. This is what I would've liked to know ahead of time.

- Give yourself plenty of room: start with a large area to put all the parts out first; you'll need some room to maneuver
- Throw out the stopwatch... this will take you awhile; I am skilled at these things and it took me a good long while. The first three steps will take you forever, but then it accelerates. Not difficult, just lengthy.
- ... and get some motivation: Find your favorite picture of your daughter, and set it somewhere you can see it. It will remind you why you're spending all these hours wrestling pink pressboard...43 parts and 15 steps, but each "step" can be multiple steps.
- *PARTS: before you start: Grab the nuts and bolts package, flip it over, and open it from the back, compartment-by-compartment (they number each on the back, makes it really easy to keep the pieces straight).
- You only need a screwdriver: they give you a small allen key. Resist the urge to use power tools, first because you want to enjoy this (probably the only one you'll ever build), but also because it has some tight spaces, and you do NOT want to over tighten. Undertighten if anything.
- Give them a little credit: the designers are pretty smart: the instructions are good and the numbers are essential. There is no part #9 (because it looks like a 6) and there's no part 10 (looks like 01) etc.
- Get all the bolts in before you tighten: there are a few steps at the beginning where you have to put two bolts into perpendicular pieces; do not tighten the first bolt all the way, until you have both in, otherwise it might torque a little.
- Remember to take off the numbers: the parts are numbered which is extremely helpful; but take these numbers off as you go, don't try to do it all at the end (some of them are in tricky places)
- Coffee: don't put this together tired (laughs every father doing this at 10pm on a Tuesday night so their kid doesn't have to witness the assembly process). Ok, how about: drink coffee. Seriously you need to focus. Turn off the TV. This assembly is as much mental as it is physical.
- Wipe off the dust: keep a damp paper towel around, to wipe down the pieces (just water, not cleaner). They have a bit of factory dust on them, not much, but I found it easier to wipe as you go.
- Which side up: again maybe just common sense, but you can get disoriented in the directions from step to step. When you're putting in the side pieces (walls) make sure you have your floors and ceilings straight. If you're wondering which side to put the bolt head into, here's two hints: where the bolt head goes in, it's almost always recessed; also the designers tried to put the nuts in places where they can't be seen, like in the back or on the bottom. Pretty straightforward but this might help.
- Step 4: leave those B bolts a little loose. You'll wish you did in Step 6.
- Step 6: this one is hard. No real advice here. All I'll say is: don't over tighten the screws; wait until you get them all in a little bit, before tightening them up; and the back screws don't screw in as far as the front screws (and don't try). Good luck.
- The swing: this was the step where I switched from coffee to beer. Really? you need a swing? on a dollhouse? Frustrating.
- Step 7: **once you get one of the two screws in, keep one hand on Part 13 at all times. I can see how many people must've broken this part in this step. Make sure you keep one hand on it so that it doesn't swing forward and break off.
- Step 8: there is some wiggle room in these roof parts, so that you can get them flush together. I'd put all 12 screws in first, about 90% of the way in, then get the middle (part 16) fairly set. You can press the two sides (Part 15's) up so that they touch the middle Part 16. Then tighten the two top screws on each of the 15's. Looks better and you don't have a gap between the sides and the top of the roof.
- Step 9: lay it on its back (don't smash that @#$% swing in the process). Don't try to sneak the F screw up through the bottom while the house is standing upright -- this thing is getting top-heavy and I almost tipped the whole thing over. Definitely put the F screws in first to give it stability, but only tighten about 50% of the way -- you'll need wiggle room to find the pre-drill for the G screws. And don't over tighten yet (sound familiar?) you'll need a little room for the next step, Step 10
- Step 11: the dreaded plastic stairs. Definitely the weak link in this construction. Not a big deal but I couldn't get them to snap. Don't push too hard, I imagine it's easy to accidentally pop the entire floor through. Ended up gluing the things with some Gorilla glue.
- Anchor: I would definitely anchor this thing. They include an anchor, but there's nothing in the instructions on how. I would just use the hole at the very top (under the teddy bear on the top floor). It's a little top heavy, not what I'd call a risk, but if you're paranoid like me I'd mount it.

In sum: after three hours and 45 mins, 2 cups of coffee, 2 Buds, a bag of pretzels, and a lot of focus, this thing is beautiful.
Reminder: do not over tighten. This will really make your life easier.

Construction: build is a solid B+.
Aesthetics: and painted details are outstanding A.
Assembly: is long but not complex, and as I said the directions are good A-.
Durability: we'll see but I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt for now; it is pressboard with a few real wood parts (only the small stairs are plastic, zero cardboard, those reviews are ludicrous), and the bolted construction seems the best chance this has at a long life. Be back.

Good luck.
86 of 92 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This Dollhouse Has Stood The Test Of Time Jan. 30 2009
By Salvatore J. Campo - Published on Amazon.com
Durability: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I just bought a second Savannah dollhouse, for a granddaughter that will be three in June. I bought the first Savannah dollhouse, four years ago, for a granddaughter, who will shortly turn seven. It is still the certerpiece of her room. The dollhouse still looks as if it's new, and my grandaughter still loves and plays with it. This beautiful, colorful, and very sturdy dollhouse, has stood the test of time, and has passed with flying colors. I was also surprised with the included oversized, and very sturdy furniture, that is easy to handle, and still looks great. I have more granddaughters, that will need dollhouses in the future, and I know that this one will be available, years from now. Don't hesitate to buy this dollhouse, it's a winner!
35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a pleasant surprise Dec 23 2005
By Sandy D. - Published on Amazon.com
Durability: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 4.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I was skeptical about dollhouses after reading reviews of others, but this one was super. It took my husband two hours to put it together and he was astounded that all the holes matched up! The furniture is nice and sturdy. It's great that it's wooden and I'm sure our granddaughter is going to be thrilled. She wanted her Barbies to fit and this is huge.
39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Huge dollhouse! Feb. 8 2009
By Lili B. - Published on Amazon.com
Durability: 3.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 4.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
My 6 year old daughter was so happy to see this dollhouse! It is huge, easy to play with and she has enjoyed it so much. She is tall for her age and it is over her head. We like the attic and the patios. It is nice that it comes with some wood furniture. Also noticed at Target that you can buy more furniture "rooms." Make sure you compare prices-have seen quite a range
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