This rustic log cabin, shown here at 41 North Falls Av. (Moonlight Falls), is full of spaces for your sims to socialize, relax, and work on their hobbies. It was designed with sports-lovers in mind, with a workout area, fishing bait garden, soccer goal, foosball table, and boat storage. However, on site you’ll also find an easel, outdoor chess table, guitar, games console, spacious kitchen, and shelves loaded with skill books. The house is currently set up with two double bedrooms, but could easily be modified to accommodate a family.
Originally a classic saltbox, this seaside home has expanded over the generations to a master bedroom with en suite, two further double bedrooms, a twin bedroom, 2.5 further bathrooms, a glass-walled garden study, and a backyard pool.
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.
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.
Shown at 53 Rock Pool Park, this contemporary home features one-car carport, open plan living/dining/kitchen areas, 4 bedrooms, and 4 bathrooms, with interiors in blues, greens, and neutrals. Out back, there’s a rock climbing wall and a herb garden, where you’ll find ginseng (for energy), lavender (for restful sleep), liquorice (to stave off hunger), basil, (for career and opportunity success), and buzzberry (for athleticism), as well as porcinis and plasma fruit.
This modernised, expanded 2 bedroom 2 bathroom cape cod house, shown at 1443 New Barnacle Boulevard, combines an intimate cottagey feel with bold contemporary interiors. The master bedroom is on the main floor, with a small kitchen and dining/sitting area. On the sunken lower level, still lit by natural light, is a children’s bedroom, with twin beds and a crib. The garage has been converted into an office and gaming room.
This 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom country home shown at 27 Old Fisherman’s Pass is ideal for a small family or a retired couple with a visiting grandchild. The main house features separate sitting and dining rooms, sunny kitchen, master bedroom, child’s bedroom (with crib and double bed), porch and patio. In the carriage house you’ll find a single-stall stable, and an upstairs study.