Lego-obsessed family build 8ft-tall dollhouse

The five-storey house has 15 rooms with Christmas trees


A Lego-obsessed family have built an 8ft-tall Victorian dollhouse made of 450,000 bricks in their living room.

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The immaculately detailed five-storey house has 15 rooms with Christmas trees and period furnishing.

It is the biggest Lego sculpture Mike Addis, 59, and Catherine Weightman, 54, have ever built in their family home in Huntingdon, Cambs.

Over the past 25 years, they have built Christmas-themed Daleks, a polar bear, Olympic 2012 mascots, angels and a cathedral - costing them around £45,000.

The husband and wife have continued their annual Christmas tradition after their three now grown-up children became "too embarrassed" to join in. See more in the video above.