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BBC's Lego house pulled down

The £50,000 building constructed by James May for the Toy Stories series is no more.
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The BBC reports that plans to sell the Lego house to Windsor's Logoland park had fallen through, with landowner Denbies Wine Estate subsequently forced to dismantle it this week so it could turn the site back into vineyards.

There had been quite an effort made to find an alternative home for the house once Legoland pulled out, with the Top Gear website setting up a page on Facebook that attracted 2,500 followers.

However, the Top Gear team admitted defeat yesterday, with the 3.2 million brick house due to be torn down by the end of the day.

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