Welcome home to the grandest of estates, the Fisher-Price Loving Family Dream Dollhouse!

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Welcome home to the grandest of estates, the Fisher-Price Loving Family Dream Dollhouse! With furniture, elegant styling, nine spacious rooms, and four lovely floors, your family of Mom, Dad, Toddler, and Baby will feel right at home. Lift the center tower to reveal a special secret room for teatime, playtime, or whatever your child can dream up! Other special touches include sparkling lights in the chandelier and bathroom sconce, a long winding staircase, fun songs, and realistic sounds. Make your Dream Dollhouse even homier with additional accessories (sold separately).

To Mom's of preschool girls, the Loving Family Dream Dollhouse Megaset is the only dollhouse megaset to provide open ended imaginative play with lights, sounds and plenty of rooms for little girls to play.

Loving Family Dream Dollhouse ready to move in with 5 additional rooms of furniture and an additional figure. Rooms include: W8787 Nursery; N7298 Kitchen; W8786 Parents Bedroom; W8785 Dining Room: R6068 Kids Bedroom. Also includes additional baby figure. The new Loving Family Dream Dollhouse takes dollhouse play to a new level!

The dollhouse has an updated design, elegant styling, lights, sounds and music, plus a special surprise that makes this house truly unique. Simply lift the middle roof to reveal a hidden room just for our little girl. Adding to the magic, the dollhouse has lights and sounds! Sparkling lights can be found in the chandelier and bathroom sconce. The house comes with realistic sounds like a doorbell, flushing toilet, and phone ringing. It will also play fun songs like 'Happy Birthday" or a lullaby. The new layout features 9 rooms, a solarium, a winding staircase, and has space for storage. Mom, dad, toddler and baby, a sofa, bouncer and tea set are all included.

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  • The dollhouse has 9 rooms, a solarium, winding staircase, and extra storage space
  • Features realistic sounds from phone rings to doorbells
  • Includes 4 figures and 8 play pieces - mom, dad, toddler, baby, sofa, bouncer, tea table, 2 chairs, hat and toy bunny
  • Twinkling lights, 9 sounds, 4 songs
  • Lift center tower to reveal hidden playroom
  • Features a solarium
  • Accessories store inside
  • Folds easily for storage
  • Requires 3 AA batteries
  • Includes a Mom figure, dad figure, toddler and baby figures, a sofa, bouncer and tea sets
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What's in the Box

  • Dream Dollhouse
  • Four figures (mom, dad, toddler, and baby)
  • Sofa
  • Bouncer
  • Tea table
  • Two chairs
  • Hat
  • Toy bunny
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Imaginative Play in Their Own Fun House!

The Fisher-Price Loving Family Dream Dollhouse comes with eight fun play pieces, plus figures of Mom, Dad, toddler, and baby. Made from durable plastic, the house unfolds to reveal four floors with nine elegant rooms, and the center tower lifts up for even more play area. The chandelier and bathroom lights sparkle, and there's a highchair/bouncer for baby, a sofa for Mom and Dad, a long winding staircase and lots more to make this playhouse a special home for your little one and her friends. There's even a solarium and a hidden playroom where secrets can be stored!

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Sounds Add Realistic Touch to Dream Dollhouse

Soft sounds add to the make-believe without being a problem for grown-ups. A doorbell rings to announce visitors. A teapot whistles quietly, a baby coos, kids giggle, and a clock chimes. Time to wash our hands before dinner--turn the faucet, and you hear the sound of running water! Four songs get kids learning new language and singing along, including a lullaby and original tea party song. There are many fun furniture accessories to collect, including a realistic bed set with blankets and pillows, an overstuffed chair, a desk, a fireplace, and miniature toys (sold separately).

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Family Figures and Rooms Offer Opportunities for Learning

The Dream Dollhouse encourages creative thinking, helping your child make up family stories with Mom, Dad, the kids, and the house's accessories. As children fold and unfold the house and place the figures and furniture in different areas, they increase their finger dexterity and coordination. By role-playing the different characters, children gain confidence in the family unit and work through real-life situations. Because the toy is large and complex enough for friends to join the fun, cooperative play is encouraged. This fold-away toy has plenty of storage space, teaching your child to take good care of her things and to put them away when playtime is done.

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Age/Weight Requirements

  • Three years and up
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Assembly Requirements

  • Three ZZ (LR6 Alkaline) batteries (not included)
  • Adult assembly
  • Philips screwdriver
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • My daughter has the fun loving grand doll house what is the difference? Is there more room vs the old one?

    In the Grand dollhouse there are fewer rooms (one on each level) but they are larger. The Dream dollhouse has three smaller rooms on each level (the sizes vary but they are all about 6-8" deep and 6-9" wide). The Grand dollhouse has an attic (fourth level) that spans the house, but is considerably shorter, while the Dream dollhouse has a collapsible fourth level that is only one room wide. They both have side wings that fold out, but on the dream dollhouse, one of those wings is a staircase with a small "secret" closet underneath (that's my daughter's favorite part) instead of rooms. And the other wing has two levels, but the bottom level doesn't have a floor surface like the Grand dollhouse. The Dream dollhouse also has a built-in bathroom (you cannot move the toilet and vanity) but the toilet has a flushing sound, and the vanity lights turn on and off. There are also two sound buttons on the house that play three songs (Happy Birthday, Lullaby, and some sort of salsa dance music) and play random house noises (doorbell, telephone, grandfather clock chimes, baby laughing, dog barking). The Dream dollhouse has more neat features, but the Grand dollhouse probably has more room. I find Loving Family furniture is probably designed for the larger rooms of the Grand dollhouse. All the pieces do not fit in the smaller Dream dollhouse rooms, although there are more rooms. Personally I like the Dream dollhouse better.

  • The secret room is stuck in the up position. It doesn't seem like it easily slides up and down. Is there a trick to it?

    There are 2 heart shaped tabs -- one in each of the outer rooms on second floor up by the ceilings. Pull both tabs at the same time and the hidden room will fall down.

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