Cottages & Castles, Churches & Chapels, Shops, Manors & More!
These "buildings" all canvas and paint over a steel frame, but they sure are fun!
Roofs are painted to look like terracotta tiles, slate, wood shingles or thatch; most have hidden roof vents that open from the inside. The walls look like half-timbering, stone, or whitewashed plaster, and can be re-arranged to put at least 1 door in the front or the side as desired.
Some of the buildings have Dutch doors, with top and bottom sections; others have double doors, with a left and a right section. Unless otherwise noted, the doors are "wood", i.e. brown canvas; "wood" beams and slats may be brown canvas or paint. Any building with only one door has a concealed second, emergency exit (useful during set-up and break-down). Unless otherwise noted, all windows have clear “glass” for protection against wind and rain, as well as "wood shutters” inside for privacy; some windows have insect netting screens as well. Arrow slits have shutters but no glass. All windows or arrow slits open completely, when desired, and all glass, shutters and netting open and shut from inside.