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A new LEGO Christmas set has been revealed by the Australian LEGO Shop, which could be a GWP (gift with purchase) nearer the Christmas holidays!

The set, LEGO Seasonal Santa’s Front Yard (40484), consists of 317 pieces which sadly is where the details stop, although we can see from the image below there is a brick-built Reindeer, an Elf Minifigure, and at least five stickers, we won’t have any official word until 15th November when the set is officially revealed .

Some speculate the GWP to be available in time for the LEGO Black Friday promotions, but we’ll obviously update you when official word comes out.

Official description:

Celebrate the winter season with the LEGO® building kit Santa’s Front Yard (40484). It’s an icy, moonlit night in Santa’s front yard, where an attentive elf is feeding a cute reindeer by the cold, clear stream with a carrot. This delightful scenery includes a snow-covered North Pole shield and trees, as well as a hand lantern for the elf. An inspiring gift for children aged 9 and over and festive building fun for LEGO fans of all ages.

LEGO® Santa’s Front Yard (40484) includes an elven minifigure, a reindeer and an icy, moonlit environment with a stream, snow-covered trees and the North Pole shield, as well as a hand lantern and a carrot element.

With this 317-part construction kit, the Christmas spirit comes up. Festive fun for children aged 9 and over and LEGO® building fun for the whole family.

The LEGO® “Santa’s Front Yard” set is over 10 cm high. (10 cm) high, 4.5 in. (12 cm) wide, and 3.5 in. (9 cm) deep.

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  1. […] first we have a rather sweet looking miniset entitled Santa’s Front Yard (40484), accompanying this is a very retro but stylish tin sign that features the Classic LEGO […]

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