old house used as a doll's house

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A Canadian artist, Heather Benning, converting an old house into a doll house unoccupied. The old house was admitted discovered in 2005 in Manitoba, Canada. The 32-year-old woman found the house during a residence program for a community redvers, Saskatchewan.

 While driving to the nearest town, Brandon, Manitoba, to take a supply of art objects, he found an old mansion unoccupied and was tempted to get a closer look. He then immediately knows what he'll do with the house.

As reported Amusing Planet, Heather contacted the owner of the land and find out that the house has been uninhabited since the 1960s. The house also has suffered some damage to the water system.

After the meeting, the landowner agrees to donate to Heather's house so that he can realize his dream of building a real dollhouse.

Heather then replacing the entire exterior of the house is like a wall with plexi glass. "I chose because I wanted the plexi glass is not accessible," he said.

He then decorate the interior of the house with some of the items collected from garage sales, auctions, flea markets, and community members donated.

After 18 months, he managed to complete the project with the help of some friends and have spent U.S. $ 15,000 for building materials.

The house has now become one of the attraction first opened to the public in 2007.

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