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Hidden Depths with Multi-Level No-Slope Basement (updated June 5, 2010)

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Uploaded: 4th Jun 2010 at 3:22 PM
Updated: 14th Aug 2011 at 6:41 PM - Note about pets.
Please note: I found a problem with the original lot; sometimes fish would appear in the sub-basement. This problem has been fixed. Please redownload if you experience fish.


From the outside, this looks like a tiny little house. But, it's bigger than it looks.

When you enter the house, you'll find an open-format great room with a living room, dining room, and kitchen. Off of the kitchen is a powder room. There's a large screen TV with ample seating to entertain your guests and dining space for three. Appliances and fixtures are top of the line throughout.

Down a flight of stairs in the real basement (no slope), you'll find the large master bedroom with ensuite bath. This is a more private area with a couch for napping, an easel for expressing your creativity, and a desk for your computer. If you have lockable doors, you can lock this room away to keep it private.

But there's more! Down another flight of stairs in the no-slope sub-basement, you'll find a party room, with chess table, bar, dart board, exercise equipment and hot tub. For your convenience, an additional powder room is tucked away under the porch.

This is a perfect house for a single person who loves to host small intimate parties. Note that some pets cannot navigate 2-click stairs, so this may not be the best lot if you have a family pet.

Lot Size: 1x1
Lot Price: $67,364

Additional Credits:
Numenor, for the AnyGameStarter, which allowed me to make this lot without any EPs:

The LotAdjuster, which allowed me to create the walls one tile from the edge around the outside of the lot.

The lastest version of the GridAdjuster, which allowed me to easily create the functional multi-level no-slope basement with no requirement for custom content: