Cora’s new home is done! And I’ve studied the Strangerville map and have a good idea where I’m going to put it, too. 😀
You’ll notice the odd trio of wall art in the dining room. Almost like someone was trying to leave Cora a message about the history of the town… She sat down and made notes right away. 😉
The great thing about parallel universes is that I’m playing her for now in Oasis Springs, just while I wait for Tuesday, but I can easily transplant her home into Strangerville later. 😀 I’m just pretending she’s in a different part of Strangerville for the time being. Maybe she’ll wake up one day and her whole home will have moved location! Wow, part of the mystery, maybe? 🙂
Wow, I’ve got 4 done already! This is just too much fun. I’m sure enjoying my Saturday!
This home’s exterior is inspired by a Craftsman-type bungalow I found online. I took up the entire front yard with a garden-lined walkway. This home is worth §22,559 furnished.
CC: Again, I used siding, windows and doors, and the shutters from Peacemaker.
Not much more to see than the front yard since the house is placed at the back of the 30×20 lot, but since you insist, I’ll give you a few more angles. 😉
It’s on the Gallery. As usual, look for #ttw, #multihouse, username of WebbyMom, or the item title, Bungalow Multi-house. Enable CC!
I’m having so much fun with this series! Here is house #3, a Tudor-styled home with lots of lovely flower gardens and window boxes.
Pretty sure the only CC in this house is the 3-tile archway from Peacemaker I used in the base house, which if you don’t have it, just delete the wall tiles to open into the little hall. 🙂 All the rest of the stuff is in-game items, lots from Get Together, of course.
This house is worth §24,225 furnished, so it could be a starter if you plop it down unfurnished, I think. I built it on a 30×20 lot in Windenburg where the front edge of the lot was 30 squares, but I placed the fence on the right in such a way that if you have a different lot layout, it should still fit. At the very worst, you’ll lose a bit of fence and a tree or two. 😀
It’s on the Gallery now – search for Veronaville Multi-House, #ttw, #multihouse, or my username, WebbyMom. Enjoy!
This exterior was highly inspired by the original plan I’d found online. I love the bright colours and the mixtures of wood types!
Other than windows from Peace’s Vaulted Ranch Set and the 3-tile archway in the base house house build, there is no other CC in this home. It’s on a tiny-weeney 20×15 lot so you can put it on any other size lot you would like. Do have MOO on when you place it.
Couple more pics for ya:
It’s on the Gallery under the title “The Multi-House Modern” and you can search the hash tags #ttw #multihouse or my username (WebbyMom). Be sure to enable the Includes Custom Content option! Enjoy. 🙂
Number One in my series of external renovations – a cute little Victorian cottage!
(Just remember, nothing on the inside is changed from the Base house, this is an external renovation series only. 😉 )
This house is worth §30,354 furnished. I’ve left most of the back yard only slightly landscaped so you can add what you need for your own sims. 🙂 It’s on a 30×20 lot, so you can use as-is or place on a bigger lot to expand the yard and/or home.
Also, best to use the MOO cheat when placing, just to be sure. You can see what Pack items it uses on the Gallery listing.
And it’s on the Gallery now! Look for #ttw or #multihouse, my username (WebbyMom), or item name “Victorian Multi-House”. Be sure to tick on the Custom Content option!