What does the house in Berlin look like in Boyne's The Boy in the Striped Pajamas?

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Bruno absolutely loves his house in Berlin.  As a result, the narrator happily describes this house to the reader at the very beginning of the novel.  Therefore, the reader learns quite a bit about this part of the setting in Chapter 1 of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

It was a very beautiful house and had five floors in total, if you included the basement, ... and if you added the little room at the top of the house with the slanted windows where Bruno could see right across Berlin if he stood up on his tiptoes and held on to the frame tightly.

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