A Cody Foster Design. This teal walk-up building would be a terrific addition to a Christmas village display. These townhouses, or row houses (as they are called in the United States) originated in Europe in the early 16th century. They are usually mirror image houses that line a street on both sides, with adjoining walls connecting to the neighbors houses. This teal row house has steps up to the front door, lots of gold pane windows and is embellished with lots of trim on each level of the house! The pretty house looks like it is in the middle of a snowstorm thanks to the ombre green and white trees that have a fine dusting of snow and glitter on them for a touch of sparkle. Can be illuminated with an electric C7 light bulb with cord, sold separately, item #XLC25w.