Busch 8789 Small Historic Farmhouse TT
The original farmhouse of a resident day labourer in this building kit was built in Forchtenberg in the Hohenlohe area of Germany but now stands at the Hohenloher Open Air Museum Wackershofen. Built in 1778 the house was later redesigned (in 1830) so that the house stable and barn are all under one roof. Genuine pre-stained wood is used in the model for the half-timber beams doors and finely detailed window frames. The plaster walls also have the colour and structure of the original and need no further work. The stable doors have detailed hinges and can be opened. An inside light (Article 4280) can be installed. Size: approx. 130 x 80 mm 75 mm high.