Medieval House


A traditional Medieval era house. This type of building was constructed during the middle ages, with many still enduring to this day.

The Medieval House comes with one large house available in ground, second floor, and roof. A smaller two-story building attaches to the side of the larger house.

Note that for the interior of the small side house, the second level connects to the main house via a doorway. The ground level has no direct access point into the main house.

This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.

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  • 1.1 Contains the correct MedHouseSmall Floor 2.
  • 31 May 2017 – 1.2  Small Mesh repair to large Floor 1 and Small floor 2.
  • 28 August 2017 – 1.3 Contains two large door options.
  • 29 January 2018 – 1.4 a 15mm Version of the building has been added.


  • Right click and “Save As” to download the reference sheet below.

Additional information




Prints without Supports

Layer Height

.2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)


  1. Matthew Barker

    I have updated the file pack with the correct file, please re-download from the download section Also, the latest download now show at the top

  2. Peter Santucci (verified owner)

    Thank you Sir, for your due diligence. I am really enjoying your models.
    This one particularly, because it looks more realistic than most fantasy medieval buildings.
    Just a thought. It would be nice to have versions of these two building sections that could be set up separate from each other. Perhaps with the connected flat sides replaced with mirror versions of other outside wall.

  3. Matthew Barker

    Personally, for Malifaux and RPG I would scale this up 10%

  4. Stuart Dobson (verified owner)

    I’m having problems with the ‘MedHouselargefloor1’ file. It prints about 6% then stops with a ‘file error’. Any ideas? The g-code looks Ok in a text editor (but I’m not an expert). I am using Flashprint and have a Flashforge Dreamer. I assume its something I’m doing wrong rather than the model but just wanted to check if you knew of anything it might be.

    • Matthew Barker

      I just downloaded the flashforge slicer and the tool path looks fine. At 6% this model will start to print the floor. Large uneven flat surfaces can be a trigger point for an extruder block. If you extruder needs cleaning then it may block at this point.

  5. R. Greg Szrama (verified owner)

    I’ve printed this twice and both times everything came out beautifully – except the stair railings. I printed at 110% scale (better for D&D miniatures) and .2 layer height. Is there any chance of getting the railings as separate printable pieces that I could print flat then glue into place?

    • Matt Barker

      Yes, we can do that no problem. For the bannisters, to print, you will need to make sure the Z is set correctly if it’s too low it will knock over the railings

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