England may have DiagonAlley but North America has

 The Wandlyn Way 

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a Quarter Scale street of wizard shops

 Harry Potter and the other wizards in England purchase their supplies in the famous Diagon Alley in London but have you ever wondered where other wizards shop? In North America, the Wandlyn Way takes care of their needs. 

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#1 Wandlyn Way  The Hedge Witch

A hedge witch from Shropshire opened the first shop in 1825. Geraldine Gardiner delighted in discovering new herbs and fungi in the vast surrounding forests. She had also brought with her seeds and cuttings from many of the plants that had grown in her garden back in England. The shop, obviously called The Hedge Witch, is now run by her great great granddaughter Herbalia and continues to supply a wondrous selection of magikal plants and garden necessities. 

 

The kit includes everything shown in the exterior photos: wrought iron fence, plants, pond, garden bench and cats. In the interior, printed floors, window and door trim are also included.

The base has a carved cobblestone walk and area for a front garden.

The base size is 4”w x 6”deep. The shop itself is 2 ½” deep and 6.3” high with 2 floors.

Price $75 US/ $90 CDN Shipping is $17 in Canada and the US and $24 internationally.

A completer set of interior furnishings is available. It includes furniture for the ground floor: a potting bench, stool, dry sink, wall shelf, hutch, storage bin for graveyard dirt, and laser cut leaves to fill the pots, seedling trays and planter. Furniture for the 2nd floor includes the woodland bed, woodland table, willow chair and a leaf chair for the balcony.

The completer set of 10 pieces is $55. Shipping is included when ordered with the shop. 

 

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                                            The Hedge Witch ~ furnished 

 

 

#2 Wandlyn Way  ~ Leaden Gold -The Alchemist

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The Alchemist Shop  was opened by the mysterious Leaden Gold. He insisted on being called The GREAT Gold” even though no one had ever heard of him at the time. He was an Alchemist and he boasted that his shop stocked everything a wizard could ever need. Certainly it offered all kinds of chemicals and supplies for potions, bottles of interesting liquids, cauldrons for cooking said potions, broom sticks, walking sticks, crystal balls and miscellaneous one of a kind oddities that delighted the wizard population. Upstairs he had his laboratory where he followed the alchemist’s quest to change lead into gold.

The kit includes everything shown in the exterior photo: Carved stone front, courtyard walls, windows, carved door, and front portico. The sides are not carved as the shops on each side will cover most of them. In the interior, printed floors, staircase, window and door trim are also included. The base has a carved cobblestone walk to match all the shops in the Wandlyn Way.

The base size is 5”w x 6”deep.

The shop itself is 4” deep and 6.5” high with 2 floors.

Price $90 US/ $105 CDN Shipping is $17 in Canada and the US and $24 internationally.

A completer set of interior furnishings is available. It includes furniture for the ground floor: 2 Wall shelf units, shop counter, stool, curved front display counter, apothecary jars, barrels, and lots of jars to fill the shelves. I’m particularly fond of the weigh scales. The 2nd floor is the work shop and it contains; a table, desk, 2 chairs, apothecary cabinet, standing candelabra, a trunk

The completer set is $75. Shipping is included when ordered with the shop. 

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#3 Wandlyn Way ~ Wands & Incantations

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The 3rd shop in Wandlyn Way was opened Tobias Bartholomew. He built a wand shaped tower to advertise his merchandise and lived in the 2nd and 3rd floors above the shop. Ladders provide access to the upper floors and the 3rd floor has a railing around the opening in case Tobias walks in his sleep.

The Wand shop kit includes everything shown in the  photo. Printed flooring, railing and ladders, windows, carved door, hanging sign, weather vane and carved base.

The base size is 3.6”w x 6”deep.

The shop itself is 3” deep and 9.75” high with 3 floors.

Price $75 US/ $90 CDN Shipping is $17 in Canada and the US and $24 internationally.

The building would also make a great castle keep particularly when added to the #2 Alchemist shop.

A completer set of interior furnishings is available. Special wizard designs with stars and wands are carved in several pieces. The set includes furniture for the ground floor: Wall shelf unit, carved shop counter, high stool, scroll cabinet, carved cupboard wand boxes, wands and scrolls. The Second floor is the sitting room and it contains; a small table, carved throne, Griffon chair, Tudor sideboard and fireplace. The 3rd floor has a wizard’s bed and carved armoire.

The 12 piece completer set is $85. Shipping is included when ordered with the shop.  

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#4 Wandlyn Way ~ Quill & Quire

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Nervil Hessenphefer began collecting books when he was an apprentice wizard and bookbinder in Amsterdam. He always planned to open his own book shop and Wandlyn Way offered the perfect location. No competition. Grimoires, histories, journals, encyclopaedias and fiction fill the shelves in the Quill & Quire. Some of the books are magical and only appear during a full moon or when they feel like it. The more dangerous ones are kept under lock and key in a big barred bookcase. Nervil has a stock pile of unread and out of date books in storage under the stairs and they seem to be spreading to his apartment in the attic. He keeps hoping his own books will be gain popularity but so far no one seems interested in publishing one.

The basic kit could be any kind of shop or tearoom or pub. It has 3 floors and includes interior stairs, railings, printed floors, interior and exterior trim, windows and doors, shingles, hanging lanterns and window seats. Please note the 2nd floor wall & bookcases are not included in the basic kit.

The base has a carve cobblestone walk to match the other shops in the series

and is 6” deep X 6” wide. The shop itself is 4.5” deep and 8” high.

Price $90 US/ $105 CDN Shipping is $17 in Canada and the US and $24 International.

 

A completer set of furniture is available. It includes 2 large wall shelf units, shop counter, shop stool, step display shelf, barred bookcase, pedestal table, lectern, bed, small bookcase, trunk, chest, rocking chair, and enough books to fill the shop.

The completer set is $75. Shipping is included when ordered with the shop.

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#5 Wandlyn Way ~The Warped Web

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The Warped Web is owned by the seamstress, Arachnia Weaver. She is a very talented witch and she keeps the shop stocked with a fine selection of everyday robes, dress robes and the occasional invisible cloak. Unfortunately the cloaks do not sell very well and no one ever seems to see them on the shelf. Her robes are recognized as some of the best in the wizard world. She even spins some of her own cloth for very special robes. She also designs the latest fashion in hats and Twitters, the menagerie shop down the Way keeps her stocked with unusual feathers for her creations.

The basic kit could be any kind of shop or tearoom or pub. The Queen Anne style building has 2 floors and an attic.

The kit includes exterior stairs, railings, printed floors, interior and exterior trim, windows and doors, shingles, awning, a planter and a few extra cobwebs.

The base has a carved cobblestone walk to match the other shops in the series and is 6” deep X 4 1/4” wide.

The shop itself is 4” deep and 8” high.

Price $90 US/ $100 CDN Shipping is $17 in Canada and the US and $24 International.

 

A completer set of furniture is available. It includes a large wall unit, counter, 2 cobweb chairs, 2 mannequins, standing mirror, 2 hat stands, a candelabra, a coat rack, a long clothes rack, coat hangers, sewing machine, 3 wrought iron chairs, a small round table, a Gothic table, shelves for fabric, a bed and bedside table. Patterns for robes and hats are included. These can be made from paper or fabric which is NOT included.

The completer set is $100 

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#6 Wandlyn Way ~The Sticky Cauldron

 

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The Sticky Cauldron is the kind of sweet shop you dream about. Every candy and treat from every season is available all year round. All the Halloween treats you can imagine, Ghost cookies, jars of candies, Christmas trees, Gingerbread houses and wizards, and even Chocolate Easter bunnies although they do disappear if they see a top hat. Everyone knows the flowers that grow in the window boxes are really candy suckers but no one would ever dare to pick them. The wonderful scent of baking and boiling taffy that wafts down the stairs from the bakery on the second floor will pull you through the door of the shop before you know it. Wizards on a diet tend to use ‘snuffed up nose’ spells before they venture past the shop.

The cuckoo clock style building has 2 floors and a cuckoo in the top window.

The kit includes stairs, railings, printed floors, exterior gingerbread trim, windows and doors, shingles, window boxes and candy canes and suckers. The base has a carved cobblestone walk to match the other shops in the series and is 6” deep X 5 3/4” wide. The shop itself is 4 1/2” deep and 8” high.

Price $90 US/ $100 CDN Shipping is $17 in Canada and the US and $24 International.

A completer set of furniture is available. It includes a large wall unit, counter, counter stool, display cabinet, pedestal table, 2 sideboards, and candy jars, cookies, candy canes, gingerbread houses, Easter bunnies, baskets and cake pedestals for the shop. Upstairs there is a wood stove, kitchen table, 4 chairs, hutch, canisters, and baking sheets.

The completer set is $100

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#7 Wandlyn Way  The Crystal Cat & The Green Man

Two shops share this little two story building. Based on a building found in Savanah, it has 2 floors  and a balcony with intricate "wrought iron' railings. The kit includes everything shown in the photo :  base with carved cobblestone walk, windows, doors, printed floors, staircase, railings, and shutters, . The base is 5 " wide and 6" deep. The shop is 3 1/2" deep, 8" high. 

                 The shop kit is $90 US / $100 CDN plus shipping. $17 in Canada and US,        $38 international

A completer set of furniture is available. It includes a large wall unit, chairs, round tables, desks, settee, chest and accessories to put on the shelves. Everything shown in the photo below.

The full completer set is $90 and shipping is free when combined with the building kit

 

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The Crystal Cat ~ furnished 

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#8 Wandlyn Way ~  Gore& DeFoe,  Tea & Tarot , Twitters

At the end of the lane is a dark alley where Gore & DeFoe have a hidden shop. The shop is filled with rather spooky weird items and things best left alone. Their neighbours upstairs ignore the alley and avoid its customers. Tea and Tarot provides a quiet place to relax after an afternoon spent shopping and next door Twitters can provide everything you need for your furred and feathered familiars. 

The kit includes everything shown in the photo :  base with carved cobblestone walk, windows, doors, printed floors, brick and stone,  railings, and shutters                            The base is 6 " wide and 6" deep. The shop is 43 1/2" deep, 9" high. 

                 The shop kit is $100 US / $120 CDN plus shipping. $17 in Canada and US,        $38 international

A completer set of furniture is available. It includes furniture for all 3 shops.  Everything shown in the photo below.

The full completer set is $145 and shipping is free when combined with the building kit

 

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Gore & DeFoe, Tea & Tarot , Twitters  ~ furnished