10273 Lego Icons Haunted House
Lego Haunted House Haunted House Lego Lego 10273

10273 LEGO Icons Haunted House. Bring home the fun with LEGO Fairground Collection: LEGO Haunted House. Have you ever walked into a house and immediately felt like something was not quite right? Well, imagine that feeling amplified a thousand times and you’ve got yourself a haunted house. These eerie dwellings come in all shapes and sizes, but one thing they all share is a chilling atmosphere. Whether it’s unexplained creaks and moans, ghostly apparitions, or just an overwhelming sense of dread, a haunted house can make your skin crawl. Of course, if you’re a bit of a thrill-seeker, a haunted house or even Haunted House LEGO (LEGO 10273) might just be your cup of tea.  Just be sure to bring a friend to hold onto during all the spooky shenanigans.

Set Details

Welcome to Manor von Barron, LEGO® Haunted House (10273), an eerie haunted house theme-park ride filled with thrills and suspense for those brave enough to enter. Formerly the residence of a renowned villain who traversed the world in search of stolen treasures, this haunted house is a nostalgic homage to the classic LEGO® adventure sets. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for rare bricks and ancient artifacts hidden throughout this spine-chilling model! This impressive haunted house model, comprises of 3231 pieces and 10 minifigures. The house has an opening mechanism that allows for easy exploration inside, where you’ll stumble upon a functional free-fall ride and automatic doors at the top of the tower. Watch the haunted front doors shut with an eerie effect. For added control, you can incorporate the LEGO Powered Up components (sold separately) to manipulate the lift using the Powered Up app.

Model Name Haunted House
Model Number 10273
Theme Icons
Sub Themes Fairground
Pieces 3231
Minifigures 10
Launch Date June 2020
Current Status Retiring Soon
Date Retired N/A
RRP £260

Investment Potential

Another set from the diverse range of LEGO icons, this one from the Fairground sub-theme. We have taken a delve into the investment potential of this soon to retire LEGO Icons set. With over 3,000 pieces and 10 unique minifigures this looks a great set to build but is it as good an investment?

Launch RRP £260
Price Per Piece £0.08
Launch Price per piece £0.08
5th Year Value £395
Percentage Increase 52%
Expected Annual Growth 15%
Theme Growth 14%
Sub Theme Growth 18%

Theme Analysis

The LEGO Icons theme delivers very decent annualised returns of 14% historically across a broad range of sub-themes and sets. Some retired sets that are good examples of the solid returns the theme can offer include LEGO Icons Winter Village Station (10259) which has more than doubled in value since retiring in 2018 with annualised returns of 18% and LEGO Icons Big Ben (10253) which has delivered annualised returns of 14%.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
10259 Winter Village Station December 2018 £75 £160 114% 18%
10275 Elf Club House December 2022 £80 £90 13% 28%
10253 Big Ben December 2018 £180 £327 82% 14%
10242 Mini Cooper MK VII August 2015 £80 £184 130% 11%

Comparable Set Analysis

Looking in more detail at the sub-theme, we can see an improvement on the generalised them with the retired sets producing annualised growth of 18% and all sets producing double digit returns.

These include LEGO Icons Ferris wheel has doubled its £160 RRP in less than 5 years with annualised growth of 17% and the standout performer LEGO Icons Carousel which has more than doubled in value in less than 4 years with annualised growth at a stellar 28%.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
10244 Fairground Mixer December 2016 £120 £218 82% 10%
10247 Ferris Wheel December 2018 £160 £325 103% 17%
10257 Carousel December 2019 £160 £380 137% 28%
10261 Roller Coaster December 2021 £300 £366 22% 14%


We think this is a stunning set, to build and invest. It comes from a strong theme, with an even stronger sub-theme which historically has returned close to 20% a year and one we think will continue to perform close to these levels for a number of years to come.

This Lego.com and Smyths exclusive set is likely to retire this year so don’t hang around too long to purchase, it would make an excellent purchase later this month if Lego.com do a rewards points event as expected to coincide with Amazon Prime Day.