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LEGO Creator 7346 Seaside House

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  • Features 2-story interior with opening roof, removable top floor, double doors, veranda and shower
  • Includes surfer minifigure, seagull, crab and fish
  • Packed with accessories including life ring, surfboard, grill, sand castle and even a wave in the sea
  • House with beach hut features a stream with bridge, palm tree and drink machine in the hut
  • Vacation apartment features sea jetty, terrace and patio furniture
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 18.9 x 2.4 x 11.1 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B007Q0OMJW
  • Item model number: 4654040
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 - 12 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #467 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
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Enjoy life by the sea in your very own 3-in-1 Seaside House – made to minifigure scale. Go surfing on the surfboard, use the outdoor shower and then grill a feast on the beach. Just watch out for the pesky seagull sitting in the palm tree – he's hungry too. This detailed Seaside House also includes an opening roof and removable top floor for easy access. When you're ready for a different seaside building, use the supplied alternative building steps to rebuild it into a house with a beach hut or cute vacation apartment. Includes surfer minifigure.

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LEGO Creator 7346 Seaside House

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This lego set is a great addition to my collection.
Bish
I think any Lego fan would appreciate this set and the fact that they can build 3 different types of beach house with this set makes it a winner.
Hip RN Mama
This set is very cool, and some of the details are quite interesting.
Former Baker

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94 of 94 people found the following review helpful By R. Ferguson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 4, 2012
I am the nut-job parent that you'll see in some of the other Lego reviews. I grew up with Lego and returned to it when I had kids. Obviously I am terribly partial to Lego, but I'll give you the best review I can so that you can make the decision that is right for your kids. I do not receive free sets or compensation for my Lego reviews.

This set arrived in June of 2012 and is part of Lego's wonderful Creator line (more on that below). The last time Lego did a beach-themed house was 2008 with set #4996. This year's set is a vast improvement, and though there has been significant price appreciation, the design is much better and it includes a far more interesting selection of hard-to-find bricks, especially the many light-blue bricks. The main build for this set is a modest two-story house with a red roof, stairway, upstairs deck, and plenty of doors and windows. What sets this design apart are the many small details. The beach has a sand castle and breaking waves. The side of the house has an outdoor shower with a hanging towel. There is the obligatory BBQ. The palm tree is all brick built. The second build is what might be called a two-story beach cabana with a little wooden pier. The last design includes two unattached buildings separated by a watercourse and footbridge. One of the buildings looks like a seaside drink/snack stand. All of the designs include the ability to remove roofs in order to gain access to the interior. Except for the seaside stand, none of the buildings have interior features. There is one mini-figure included, along with a surfboard.

Play-wise, this set works well with a wide range of Lego's other themes, especially the City and Friends lines (though my kids have no trouble placing Princess Leia and Harry Potter in a Creator house).
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Just a Mom on January 28, 2013
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My 12 year old daughter received the Seaside house for Christmas this year (her younger sisters also received Legos of various sorts). I knew she was interested in having some Legos (we had had a great time visiting the Lego exhibit in DC last summer) but wasn't sure if this kit was going to be a-build it-once-and-admire-it type activity. Once she (and her sisters) opened the sets, I didn't hear from them for hours. I had to drag them away for Christmas dinner. The 12 year old builds, rebuilds and then builds again. These have not gotten old at all. She absolutely loves the set. This is really a clever set with lots of fun details (lego waves, houselights, palm tree, etc!) She's a quiet, introverted person so the Legos are a perfect activity for her and helps get her away from the iPod/iPad screens. All three daughters (12, 10 and 6) build their houses together and then create stories with their Lego people. Then they tear them down and build them differently. I just can't believe that we were so late to the Lego party. I would have bought these years ago if I had known what play value they had.

My caveat would be don't be put off by the 7-12 age recommendation on the box. It made me pause prior to ordering because my daughter is 12, the top end of the given range. Seems not to matter at all. It's not too easy but construction of the different house styles is not too difficult. It's just perfect - just enough challenge but not frustrating. Really, it should be ages 7-100! I also love that the Creator sets are unisex and appeal to either gender. One more warning - some of the pieces are quite small and sometimes the girls need help prying pieces apart. Not a big deal.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mike on June 14, 2012
This set is a pretty neat addition to the creator series. It has a lot of parts you don't normally get with other sets like a surfboard, like preserver, crab, fish, and grill. The set itself is very neat. you can open up the top to place stuff inside, or place stuff on the top floor as the back of the roof hinges open. It has a lot of doors and windows. It also has a lot of detail compared to other creator sets. On the side of the house there is a shower area with towel rack. It is creative how Lego designed it. You also get a seagull, but the design of that is different than the one you get in the Lighthouse Lego set. This one is a little smaller and not as detailed in the other creator set. You also get a figure exclusive to the set so its a great starter set for a child just starting out with Legos.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By E. David Swan VINE VOICE on December 21, 2012
When I first saw the LEGO Beach House I immediately liked the look of it but I wasn't thrilled with the price. 50 dollars for 415 pieces seems a bit steep and that's if you buy it direct from LEGO. Amazon is currently over $60 which is way too high. By contrast the Lighthouse has over 100 additional pieces and is $10 less from LEGO (Amazon has the Lighthouse at an overly high $58 currently). I ended up buying the Beach House after Thanksgiving when LEGO had a brief $10 off sale specifically on the Beach House and an additional 10% off for purchase over $100. That was a price more in line with what I would expect to pay.

I also own the Lighthouse and I although they seemed like the perfect match I was worried that the scale would seem off with the Lighthouse looking smaller than the Beach House but I over estimated the size of the Beach House which actually is decently to scale with the Lighthouse. I stocked the Beach House with Minifigures from set 850449 Hawaiian Luau since the house comes stocked with just one bland Minifig. Now my Beach House has a real party going.

It didn't take me long at all to put this one together, maybe a few hours. I like how the house is just covered in windows and doors to let in maximum light. You can't see it from most pictures but almost the entire back of the roof is one giant openable skylight. There are a few parts of the build the confused me. Under the ledge at the top of the stars there is a weird looking bit of construction that eventually dawned on me is a shower. Once I figured out what it was it was pretty cool with some nice tile and a drain. In the main Beach House picture just below the surfboard is a strange movable grill (I think). I didn't really like it and it cannot be attached to the studs.
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