This clifftop cabin was built for 120 Wright Way, one of the two sloped lots in Sunset Valley, which provides a +15 Beautiful Vista moodlet and sweeping views of the bay. However, since the house sits on stilts at the back, and no CFE was used in its construction, it should be fairly easy to adapt to a flat lot if that location doesn’t suit you.
The house’s two-story floor plan allows for up to six bedrooms: a 5×4 and 4×4 downstairs (both with built-in closets), and four slightly larger rooms upstairs. When the weather is nice, sims can enjoy the small south-west-facing garden or catch the morning sun on the terrace. Inside, the main living areas are a 11×4 screened porch with a full sea view, a 5×12 firelit great room, and a 5×4 pre-fitted kitchen (complete with Five-Star Chef fridge). Three full bathrooms—one downstairs and two upstairs—have also been fitted for you.
All sinks and showers are self-cleaning, and should also be unbreakable because they have all been repaired by a ‘Plumber’ sim. (Do let me know if this doesn’t turn out to be the case in your game.) Additionally, the stove and shower have been scientifically improved to provide small mood boosts to sims who interact with them, and I have placed Master Floor Hygienators across the front and side entrances and under the stairs.
The floorplan of this unfurnished seaside home can accommodate up to three double bedrooms.
Downstairs, you’ll find an empty 7×8 great room, with a fireproof fireplace, fitted bookcase, and access to front and back porches. Underneath the front door, I’ve placed six Master Floor Hygienators, which will give your sims a little clean and a couple of positive moodlets any time they pass through it. Off of the great room are a fitted kitchen with breakfast bar and Five-Star Chef fridge, an empty 5×6 room, a self-cleaning bathroom with shower/tub combo, and stairs leading down to the beginnings of a basement and up to the second floor.
Upstairs are two 4×6 empty rooms and a self-cleaning Jack-and-Jill bathroom (shower only; no tub).
The build is shown here at 477 Sunnyside Blvd. in Sunset Valley, which provides views of the bay and a +25 Beautiful Vista moodlet.
With its spacious floor plan, this solidly constructed craftsman can easily accommodate a full-sized family. On the ground floor, you’ll find a sunny, modern fitted kitchen, complete with breakfast bar and a special fridge in which meals never spoil. Though it depends on how you want to lay out your sitting/dining/skilling areas, this level will probably be where you choose to set up your master bedroom, with (already fitted) en suite bathroom.
Upstairs is a further bathroom, plus two generously sized bedrooms, and a smaller room that could be a twin bedroom, nursery, or home office. If you want double beds in all the rooms, this level could also be remodelled to fit three full bedrooms and two small bathrooms.
The house costs just under 58K on a 30×30, though if you would like a larger garden I would recommend a 30×40.
I based the exteriors of this two-bedroom Appaloosa Plains home on Frank Lloyd-Wright’s iconic 1940 Goetsch-Winckler House. I’ve fitted it out with all the mod-cons, and given the interiors a fun 1970s-inspired update.
The Ladybug is a bright and playful three-bedroom home, shown here at 1675 New Barnacle Blvd. Downstairs you’ll find a sitting room, kitchen, dining room, master bedroom (with en suite), nursery (with en suite), and WC. A guest bedroom and further bathroom are located on the second floor.
A quaint French cottage, built as a vacation home for 200 East Northbank Boulevard in Champs Les Sims. Downstairs you’ll find a small kitchen, sitting area, and twin bedroom. The master bedroom is upstairs. Outside, there’s a dining table, chess table, outhouse, and some perfect quality Cherimola Blan and Renoit grapes. The ornamental pear tree at the front conceals a perfect pomegranate tree.
You may notice the ceilings on the entry level are not tiled. Do not try to tile them. Going anywhere near the ceiling with the floor tile will make this happen. Unlike other floating tiles, these cannot be deleted, so you would have to place down the original version of the lot from your library again.
This cosy, contemporary 1.5 bedroom 2.5 bathroom Cape Cod home is shown at 1439 New Barnacle Blvd., the corner lot with entrances on both the boulevard and Ferry Lane. The indoor living spaces are stylish and compact, with a ’70s retro feel. In addition to the main double bedroom, there is also a small spare bedroom, which could be also be converted into a home office or child’s room.
This compact home, shown at 436 Tidal Terrace, is currently set up for a couple, a child, an infant/toddler, and a dog. In the main house you’ll find a kitchen/diner, separate sitting room, double bedroom, small nursery, and two bathrooms. The garage has been converted into a series of small rooms, now featuring a painting area, small plant (for six plants), child’s bedroom, and further bathroom. The kitchen, pool area, living room patio, and small master bedroom balcony all command stunning ocean views.
‘Hillview House’ is a moderately priced 3 bedroom 2.5 bathroom family home. When placed at 441 Tidal Terrace, its large windows and wraparound porch provide spectacular views of both sunrise and sunset. The house is currently decorated for an adult couple, a teen/YA, and a child.