My mother-in-law bought this for our daughter on her 2nd birthday. It's a cute little house, with a fun theme, some planting boxes, a "construction zone" where your kids can hammer some fake nails in, a cordless phone, a sink and stove, a mailbox, etc.
My daughter is thrilled with it, and she loves showing it off to everyone that comes over.
So, why 3 stars?
I have to take 2 stars off for the assembly; one for time spent (>3 hours) and another for how annoying it was.
Read many of the other reviews here for comments along the same lines, but here is my story:
While maybe this is just a lapse in concentration, my mother-in-law and wife tried assembling it while I was gone, and they got stuck at the first step that required the drill because there are no pre-drilled holes for any of the screws. With a drill, the screws eat through the plastic no problem, but it feels like this should have been made more clear in the instructions. To make it worse, quite a few of the areas are not reachable with a moderately-sized power drill (meaning, you need to either have an extension bit, or screw them in by hand, which is painful and takes awhile)
After getting all the bits and pieces put together for the base structure, it was time to get the roof put together. How hard can it be? Set it on top, screw it in, done. Right? Well, the roof is a gigantic piece of molded plastic that you need to physically bend at its edge (the instructions state "use your elbows") in order to get the holes aligned for 4 bolts to go through, so that it will be at the correct pitch. Now, I'm a healthy, physically fit, 29 year old male, and I could barely make the edges meet. This part of the process probably took well over an hour to accomplish. Having a second person helps, but even then, I needed to use two clamps in order to apply enough pressure to thread the bolts through far enough.
Finally, the little picket fences connect to the sides of the house (and the mailbox) by a gravity-fit mechanism, except the holes were only partially cut, and one of them was so badly off-angle that there's no way they would have fit together. I ended up needing to use an exacto knife to cut the plastic to the proper size and angle in order to have them fit together.