I'm not entirely sure. It's certainly close. But we know the designers are very particular. The roof line is wrong as is the entry way. It's a very strong possibility though.Maybe?
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I had attempted this one before. I went deep into the rabbit hole of roof types. These are half-hipped, which when combined with the chunky stonework, makes me think England or Germany. That's my best guess anyway.OK folks, for the upcoming winter events, I think we can find this. The holiday train (pictured here without the train) is likely something that exists in real life
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I mean, if we can find the central square, I'm sure the holiday train can be found as well
@Jenn B some hints on where to look for this architecture style?