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LEGO 910036 Ocean House is a 2,207 piece BrickLink set with 4 minifigs released in 2024 with a limited production of only 30,000 sets. It features a stilt house with a multicolored facade, blue flowers on the roof, a removable deck, and a jetty with a fishing boat and was created by Hanwas (Harry).

Once retired, the expected annual growth will be close to 6% after the second year, which will value the set between $240 and $253 shortly after it is retired.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(DE) Bricklink The Ocean House 910036 / PRE-ORDER (01.11 shipping)
$395.43
+97.7%
(DE) Bricklink The Ocean House 910036 / PRE-ORDER (01.11 shipping)
$406.11
+103.1%

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Year 2024
Pieces / Minifigs 3,050 / 8
Availability Retired
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Growth  99.7%
Annual growth 6.9%
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Pieces / Minifigs 2,809 / 5
Availability Retail
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Availability Retired
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Retail $89.99
Value $218.57
Growth  142.9%
Annual growth 6.9%
The Ocean House is part of an original theme I created whilst writing story for my son (now sons!). The first set in the theme was The Mountain Windmill, which I am very thankful to say was part of the Bricklink Invitational. I was also invited to do the Ocean House as part of the invitational, but at the time it wasn’t possible so I am thrilled to have the opportunity to submit it now.

The story tells of the mysterious Mountain Windmill that holds mysteries long since forgotten by the villagers who live in its shadow. The journey to the windmill is too dangerous to travel, until, that is, a young village boy discovers a map marking a hidden route to the Windmill. The Ocean House is the home of the boy.

One of the aesthetic 'design pillars' of the theme is the combination of nature and man-made structures. The other is a vivid and rich palette, I think maybe my favorite feature of the Ocean House is the bright multicolored cladding that runs around the facade. I am really...
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