Fairfield Museum auctioning off doll house to benefit education programs

The Fairfield Museum is auctioning off a Victorian style doll house for a good cause.
Proceeds will help fund the museum's educational programs.
The four story house has 22 rooms and was built in 1986.
It was purchased by a woman to commemorate her mother and never used as a toy.
"It's huge, and all of the details are just so amazing, there's electricity in the house so you can turn on the lights and just each room is staged so perfectly," says Rachel Hollis, the museum's marketing and communications manager.
She added that there is also room to expand the house if the buyer wishes to.
Bids will be accepted on the Black Rock galleries website until Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m.