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Continuing the LEGO® Modular Buildings series, this highly detailed, 3-story Pet Shop building and townhouse with full internal and external detailing is the perfect addition to your LEGO town. Greet customers with a menagerie of pets and let them treat them with a selection of toys and supplies. The pet shop building features a hinged staircase for easy access, upper apartment with kitchenette and upper loft overlooking the open plan interior below. To the side, the tastefully appointed townhouse features a detailed ground floor with accessories and spiral staircase leading to the upper floor. The attic space features storage boxes and French doors leading out to an elegant front balcony, while the rooftop garden, complete with fresh vegetables, brightens up the rear of the building.

  • Includes 4 minifigures with accessories: pet shop owner, girl on bicycle, painter with paint roller and woman!
  • Pet Shop includes dog, cat, 2 parrots and fish tank with goldfish!
  • Also includes 3 dog bones, ball, frog toy, birdhouse, bucket and brush!
  • Kitchenette features stone fireplace, stove, sink, coffee maker and small table and chair!
  • Upper loft features skylight, bed and lamp!
  • Townhouse features ground floor with mailbox and mail, hat rack, couch, telephone, toilet and access to basement crawl space!
  • Measures 10" (25.5cm) wide and 10.5" (26.5cm) high!
  • Combine with other modular buildings, like 10197 Fire Brigade and 10211 Grand Emporium!
Pet Shop is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 166.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A nice introduction to modular buildings I am a LEGO fan since a long time ago. As with almost everyone, I initiated my experience in a young age, and back then, all I had was some Firefighters, City and Space LEGO sets that I really enjoyed. Now with 32, I found myself delighted with this modular buildings line. I wanted to start my modular street and, after some thoughts, I bought my first set, the Pet Shop. The final result is a beautiful 2x building set that is packed with some cool build techniques and beautiful colors mixed together. I recommend this set for people that would like to initiate their modular building collection. First, because the level of difficulty is average (some above average skills on the "Pets" sign, but nothing too scary) and, second, gives you an overall insight of how modular buildings are made. Since it is essentially two buildings combined into one, the construction process is easier/faster and you can learn a lot from the techniques used if you want to apply them to build your own MOC building (that's what I am planning to do next). The interiors have some nice details, specially the Pet Shop itself, with it's 1st floor small apartment. Not so much for the interior of the Bay Area style bulding, but that's ok, because it is supposed to be a representation of a family moving to it (it has a very well done detail with the man paiting the wall inside). For the exteriors, you can check some photos I've uploaded (and commented) and see for yourself. It is a very nice building, not so big like other modulars, but the final result is gorgeous and you should definitely consider buying it if you plan to start building your LEGO street.
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buy it now! The last of the early modular buildings, the Pet Store, is about to be discontinued after the longest run of any building in the series. There is a reason why it has been so successful: it is in many ways the best of the lot. It is the only one so far where you get two separable buildings. This makes it more flexible than the other modulars: it can be deployed as is, in two ways (blue on left, blue on right) but many people have realized that it is best when you buy two sets, making a wide pet shop but more importantly getting two beautiful Brownstone terraces. Just like Cafe Corner gave us a sense of Paris, so too these Brownstones give a sense of New York or Boston. This and the Town Hall are also the last of the modulars to be "truly" modular in that you can take out the middle floor or top floor and still have a functioning building. You can also easily add floors by buying yet more sets, to get a sky scraper. So there is a lot of fun and flexibility for display and it is also fun to build, especially the bay windows in the Brownstone. The middle floor of the Brownstone is unfurnished (the conceit is that it is being painted) but that means you are free to furnish it as you wish, just like the first three modulars. But buy it especially if you like things to appreciate in value - this one will surely follow the path of its less successful siblings and double, treble in price (the earliest three have increased by 10-15 times).
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Set Full of Suprises This was my first modular building so I decided to buy the oldest one still being sold by Lego (before it became really expensive on e-bay) even though it looked the least interesting of he ones still being sold. After building it though, it's anything but bland! I was recommended to not look to much into what's in the modular building sets so I could be surprised when building them and that was great advice. I expected a good looking, but average-ish start to a nice collection but ended up with a new favorite set. About every 5-10 steps I would build something new and amazing I didn't see before and had a blast putting this together! The Pet Shop sign is even the most interesting and surprising thing I've build in a Lego set to date. This set is full of fun surprises and even looks a lot nicer put together in person then online. Just under half way in to the first building I went ahead and bought Palace Cinema and Parisian Restaurant as well! The only potential downside Is that all the nice detail inside can't really be seen when It's on display. Although the floors easily separate so I can show it to friends/family as the modular buildings will become the centerpiece to my Lego collection and will make a nice bit of conversation with my (soon to be jealous) Lego fan friends. Overall I would recommend this set to any Lego fan with an additional recommendation to go in bland and not look at the detail and interiors before buying so building it will be a blast.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A delight in many ways I'm an architect, which probably relates directly to my life-long relationship with LEGO. Even though I have many, many sets of various vintages, this set continually delighted and surprised me both while I was building it and after I was done. Since the set is not priced for impulse buying, I did research online and watched at least one review video. I bought the set online, and thus had a few days' interval between reviewing the video and starting the build. Even though I knew what I was building and what the special features were, I was still delighted and surprised. Some specific examples: - The "mircobuilds," like the telephone, toilet, aquarium, and kitchen, are exceptional examples of achieving a great effect with a few carefully-chosen parts. - Building the PETS sign starts out puzzling (what's going on?) and then becomes magical, as the letters are revealed bit by bit. - The attention to architectural detail, like recessing feature windows from the plane of wall, lends a sense of substantiality that far surpasses the tiny, lightweight means by which the effect is made. - The spiral staircases are infinitely more satisfying than, for example, the Harry Potter sets. - I was convinced there was a mistake in the instructions around the dormers until I was almost complete and realized the fine texture that was being created on the roof. I could go on and on (perhaps I already have), but I have not been this pleased with a purchase in quite a while.
Date published: 2012-09-22
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