My beautiful vistas research inspired me to build a couple of things for Shang Simla. Here is the first of them, a place for your sims to hone their martial arts skills, enjoy a relaxing steam bath, or grab a quiet drink.
I saw this lovely house on my way home the other day, very simple but just my thing. Here’s my 20×20 sim version of it. (With—a first for me in a long time—no CFE!)
I had a lot of fun building and playing with Riverblossom Manor, my first big Skills Legacy home. It’s a laid back country manor, with traditional furnishings and lots of places to sit about and relax. I designed this house for my second generation heir Elisabeth, so I’ve focused on the painting and logic skills, but there’s also a greenhouse ready for your gardener sims.
Welcome to Maple Heights, a luxurious modern home. I built this while playing the final generation of my EP Legacy, but it’s not a typical legacy mansion designed to accommodate a large family. Although there’s an emergency nursery and changing room, Maple Heights is really meant for one or two singles or couples. Such sims will find it to be a spacious, comfortable, and surprisingly low maintenance home.
In addition to the nursery, there are two double bedrooms. The smaller one connects to a walk in closet, en suite WC and shower, and bot building lab; the larger, to a gym, master bathroom, office, and sizable balcony. The house’s other facilities include a home cinema, pool, further office, four car garage, and grand reception room.
I built this villa as student accommodation for Monte Vista. It has five bedrooms, and can house 8-9 sims.
I don’t think the lot will look right in the university world, so if you want to use it as a dorm, you’ll need Nraas Traveller to send your sims on vacation to Monte Vista or a similar world and Nraas Careers to allow them to study there. If you don’t like mods, you could easily rezone it as an apartment; it would be perfect for young adult sharers.
I built this home for a teacher and her two daughters I’m playing, basing the architecture and layout as closely as I could on Frank Lloyd-Wright’s Goetsch-Winckler House. It has a double bedroom, a (rather cramped) twin bedroom, a bathroom, patio, and open plan great room. The decor’s all a bit ’70s…I don’t know why; it just kind of happened. Everything is fully upgraded and the lot is, like everything I upload, free from third-party CC and CAP.
This luxury Spanish Revival home features six double bedrooms, a large nursery, 5.5 bathrooms, a pool, various areas for entertainment and relaxation, and parking for six cars. I built it for 604 Vista Blvd. in Starlight Shores, which is 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. Like all of my uploads, it’s free from CAP and CC but uses a fair bit of store content, so just ask if you see something in the pictures you don’t recognize.