4Ever Best Friends Party Playhouse
Chill out room dollhouse with balcony, vanity, game room, library, juice bar, and furniture
Two-level, open-sided doll house with a common room with nice furniture and a tiny antique toy jukebox, a vanity salon with beauty accessories, a juice and smoothie bar, a bay window library, and an umbrella-shaded sundeck up top. Also includes an arcade game, drawers, tiny picture frames, a telephone, books, food, and clothes hangers.
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