Here is a classic Tudor Doll House that will thrill any child or adult who is a 1” scale doll house enthusiast. The Tudor period saw the end of major wattle and daub house construction. These houses were built of timber frames with spaces between the beams filled in with woven branches (wattle) plastered over by clay and straw (daub) and then whitewashed. This 1” scale doll house is built mostly of plywood and features a castle tower as its entry hall built from ¾” pine or fir stock. A table saw is necessary to build this house. A 1” scale knight’s suit of armor makes a perfect addition to this entrance.