Official Details of 10275 Elf Club House

It’s that time of the year again where we get official details of the latest addition to the Winter Village line-up. This year we are giving the underpaid and overworked heroes of Christmas a place to call their own…

Introducing 10275 Elf Club House

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The Winter Village collection has seen an interesting mix of sets, from standard stuff like a Fire Station to the fantastical Gingerbread House of last year. In 2020 the elves get their own club house where they can hang out away from Santa.

This set features 1197 pieces, 4 elf minifigures and a reindeer. The reindeer in particular is very exciting, as so far it’s only appeared as in trans blue before now.

The Club House features a detailed interior including bunk beds for the elves. I also really love the computer build.

The set will be available from LEGO.com on September 23rd – so not long at all to wait. Australian price is $149.99.

Check out the rest of the images and press release below. LEGO has also sent me one of these sets to review so keep an eye out for my review soon.

Press Release

BUILD THE LEGO® ELF CLUB HOUSE AND BRING THE MAGIC OF CHRISTMAS INTO YOUR HOME

The latest set in the LEGO® Holiday collection the Elf Clubhouse is a delightful addition to any holiday display, available from LEGO Retail Stores and LEGO.com from the 23rd of September.

[21st September 2020] Experience the magic of Christmas this holiday season and discover the quaint cottage that is home to Santa’s Elves, with the latest LEGO holiday set – the LEGO® Elf Clubhouse. Jam-packed with seasonal touches, the LEGO® Elf Club House allows families to escape the chaos of holiday season, immerse themselves in the fantasy world of holiday season and create a new festive building tradition.

The LEGO Elf Clubhouse is a truly magical set, with festive features which offer a glimpse into the everyday lives of Santa’s little helpers – including a waffle machine to help them re-fuel after a long day of toy making, a brick built repositionable chimney and even a ‘sleighport’ to park the elf’s sleigh in, ready to load up with presents for adults and children alike.

This brand-new holiday set is the perfect festive family tradition and a way for families (naughty or nice) to enjoy the magic of Holiday season and build together to bring their ultimate Christmas fantasy to life. Deck the halls with the LEGO® Elf Clubhouse Christmas Tree, which is brimming with colourful baubles, sneak under the Christmas tree a selection of toys and small gifts the elves have prepared for each other and watch Santa’s sleigh take off into the night sky with the telescope. You can even use the computer to track who has been naughty and who’s nice!

Once you’ve finished your DIY project, The LEGO® Elf Clubhouse, which measures at 8.5” (22cm) high and 5” (13cm) deep, makes a stunning display piece – with a LEGO light brick included in the set to help illuminate the festive scene. Add it to other sets in the LEGO Holiday collection, including the LEGO Creator Expert Gingerbread House and the LEGO Creator Expert Winter Village Fire Station to create a decorative festive display.

The Elf Club House is the latest creation from LEGO fan turned official LEGO designer, Chris McVeigh, whose personal passion project ‘Brick Sketches’ is now an official LEGO theme.. Talking about the LEGO Elf Club House, Chris commented:
“It’s amazing to be able to turn my hand to such an iconic set of LEGO models – Holiday season has always been a special time for me and my family, so getting into the festive spirit always come easily when I’m designing (and if I ever struggle, putting on Walking In A Winter Wonderland always helps put me in the right mindset!). For the LEGO® Elf Clubhouse I wanted to explore the world of Santa’s Elves and work out what they do after they’ve had a long day making toys, giving a glimpse into their secret world, whilst also creating an iconic holiday set that reflects the architecture of alpine chalets. There are so many brilliant pieces within this set, but my favourite piece is the reindeer, which is brand new to addition to this set – I like to call it Brixen! “

LEGO Elf Club House™ will be available directly via LEGO.com and LEGO Stores from 23rd September

3 Responses to Official Details of 10275 Elf Club House

  1. Eps says:

    Woohoo! So keen. It looks like it can be purely fantastical or easily fit into a more realistic christmas village. It will be a great addition to my winter village and now I’m less sure I’m going to buy the gingerbread house from last year (was sold out whenever I wanted to order). But let’s be honest… I’ll probably still get both.

    • Andrew says:

      Gingerbread House is definitely recommended. To be honest, I’m still in two minds about this one – if I wasn’t collecting the theme I’d probably pass. If it were possible to cheaply buy additional reindeer I’d probably reconsider – one is several too few.

  2. Tim says:

    Excellent. Once again we have the decision to buy the set now and miss out on any potential GWP. Or wait, when the set will likely be sold out by the morning (like the other winter village sets currently are).
    I also want to get a copy of the snowball fight but that isn’t on the Aussie site yet either.
    I will at some stage check Bricks and Pieces for the Deer and hope it is not really expensive. I have 9 of the brick built ones and at least with them I can have a Red-nosed Rudolph so will probably just leave the moulded deer out anyway.
    I did manage to pick up a gingerbread house when it was available for a week at double VIP points earlier this year so at least I can add that to my village. Chances are the elf clubhouse will end up being a next year purchase for me when most people have forgotten about Christmas.

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