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LEGO Creator Small Cottage - 31009
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LEGO Creator Small Cottage - 31009

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    Build a countryside getaway with the Small Cottage! This cozy creation is the perfect LEGO brick-built vacation home with everything a minifigure needs to unwind! Put the sausage on the grill, cruise around on the skateboard or swim in the pond! Take off the roof and open the rear of the Small Cottage to explore inside!


    Features a lamp, drawers, swivel chair and a table. Rebuild it into an impressive windmill or skater's house for even more cool LEGO creation destinations! Open the skater's house with hinged walls to play inside or grind on the rails with the skateboard! Spin the blades of the windmill and repair it with the wrench! Includes minifigure.

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    Character Creator
    Formats Toys
    Type
    • Toy
    Dimensions 28.2 x 26.2 x 6.4 cm
    Gender Boys
    Material Plastic
    Minimum Age 7+ Years
    Model Number 31009
    Product Type Building Blocks
    Type Building Blocks
    Brand LEGO
    Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Back to basics Bought this for one of my grand-daughters. Product quality is, as you'd expect with Lego, excellent. Our disappointment with this product is really with the trend of Lego over recent years - the set contains relatively few basic bricks and there are many, rather pointless, small bricks. So building the windmill, for example, involves several pages of putting apparently random bricks to make the base when a few basic building bricks would have been every bit as good. Fairly well packaged; but why have a box you have to tear to open? 11 March 2014
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