I came across one of these the other day at a local antique mall. It measures 28 inches tall. The houses are known for having a split in the paper on the interior where the two pieces of wood on the crate come together.
The first floor is a kitchen with a red checkerboard floor and a pantry full of Dunham's Cocoanut and some dishes and a clock.
The second floor represents a dining room complete with a mounted moose head, an aquarium with fish, shelves, paintings and and a bay window with potted plants.
The third floor is a Victorian parlor with a piano, some ferns, and lots of pictures on the walls.
The top floor is most likely a bedroom with some stained glass accents in the window and several wall pictures. The paper on the floor is made to look like wood plank and has a large area rug.
Both the ends of the create are painted and embossed with this
The sides are papered to look like a stone exterior with windows. The printed windows do not correspond with the windows on the interior.