Driftwood Corner

Any sims looking for some new artwork, a bottle of nectar to take home, or just to grab a coffee with friends, will find everything they need at 61 Driftwood Drive. The building consists of three self-contained units: a nectar shop; art shop (check the chests for paintings); and coffee shop. I’ve zoned it as a Java Hut, open 5am-1am, but you may wish to play around with different lot types.

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Sea’s the Day

Shown at 47 Rock Pool Park, this eclectically decorated home features: open plan kitchen, dining, and living areas; a master bedroom with balcony, desk, and crib; a guest bedroom with en suite bathroom; a twin bedroom; a further (shared) bathroom; parking for two cars; a pumpkin patch; and a tiny weights room.

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Casa de la Cumbra

This luxury Spanish Revival home features six double bedrooms, a large 3-crib nursery, 5.5 bathrooms, a pool, various indoor and outdoor areas for entertainment and relaxation, and parking for six cars. I built it for 604 Vista Blvd. in Starlight Shores, which is technically a corner lot, but if you want to place it somewhere else all you’ll have to do is erase a little bit of terrain painting at the side.

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Legacy Ranch

A 5.5 bedroom house for 1006 Pomona Promenade in Appaloosa Plains, with exteriors inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright‘s iconic Bernard Schwartz house.

The house has been tested for seven sim weeks with up to nine sims, a unicorn, four cats, and four dogs. It is pet-friendly, and there is lots of space for a horse to run about. With the training grounds near by, I didn’t bother with any special racing or jumping equipment, though there is space to add some if you choose.

The downstairs features sitting and dining areas, a high-ceilinged kitchen, a patio for outdoor dining, two double bedrooms, and a small nursery with two cribs. Upstairs, you’ll find two further double bedrooms (each with their own balcony), a teen/children’s twin bedroom, and a reading room overlooking the kitchen.

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Banzai Lounge Remodel

This is my makeover of the Banzai Lounge. I was in two minds about whether or not to upload this, because the original lot has a floating tile issue (which I have done my best to fix, but may come back) and also a lot of wasted space. But if you’re playing in Bridgeport and dealing with those problems anyway, I figured I might as well offer you a version that at least looks a bit nicer inside.

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Silvertone House

I built this home at 332 Silvertone Way in Bridgeport. For the basic structure to appear as intended you’ll need at least Into the Future for its fence (which I used for the wooden beams), and Lucky Palms, Late Night, and Pets for their columns.

The first floor is mostly open plan, and includes kitchen, sitting, and dining areas, and a large play area ideal for the daycare profession. There are also two WCs, two potty training rooms, a media room, and a narrow balcony. Upstairs you’ll find a twin bedroom, a double nursery, two double bedrooms, an en suite bathroom, two further bathrooms, and a second balcony. Downstairs in the basement is a room made up for a vampire. Outdoor features include a pool, sandpit, further dining space, and two parking spaces. There are two further parking spaces inside the garage.

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