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4 Bed Bungalow

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Uploaded: 15th Aug 2014 at 12:46 PM
Updated: 8th Apr 2021 at 2:59 AM - Minor changes.

Lot Size: 40x40
Lot Price: Furnished: $161 536 Unfurnished: $100 837

Lovable Homes For The Lavish Homeowners

This lot contains 4 bedrooms (one in the attic which can be transformed into storage or an office), one powder room, a bathroom and a master bathroom, a kitchen and dining room, a mudroom (laundry), a living room, an upstairs den, a fenced-off yard, two sheds and a two-car garage. The house itself is roughly 40 years old but has been renovated inside out almost entirely. If you take a look at the second floor (which is actually the attic), you will find that aspects of the original building are still there, namely the bathroom. I guess the current owners of the house stored some of their outdated furniture up there; they probably couldn't bare to part with whatever memories came attached to those pieces of furniture so they kept them upstairs and out of sight. I would also like to think that whoever renovated the house (most likely the current owners) did not hire a personal decorator and or professional designer because yes, everything seems quite tasteful but not perfect, and there's a hint of something rather personal scattered around the house, if you know what I mean.

If you're wondering why I am describing the house and the "current owners" as if I didn't completely imagine them myself then please just know that I am not insane (and if I am it is irrelevant). I like to imagine that all the houses I build have a history and didn't just appear out of the blue. Also, realistically speaking if you are buying a completely furnished house then you are definitely buying it off someone and not perfectly brand-new. that being said, the "current owners" are the people your household is purchasing the house off of, even if they don't actually exist in the game.

Made in Sunset Valley.

Expansions/Stuff Packs used (not required to install the lot):
World Adventures
Late Night
Outdoor Living stuff
University Life
Island Paradise

Custom Content Used: (Please test the lot before installing any custom content to make sure any CC might have automatically been installed in downloading this lot)
Little Lamb Nursery Set by Mensure: http://mysims3blog.blogspot.ca/2012...by-mensure.html
New Vintage kitchen - part 2 by Gosik: http://www.thesimsresource.com/down...t-2/id/1228776/
Dolormite Kitchen by Sasilia: http://www.thesimsresource.com/down...chen/id/940140/
Give Me My Privacy: Higher Shrubbery Fences by Daluved1L: http://www.leefish.nl/mybb/showthread.php?tid=1253
Classic Carpets 3 by Pralinesims: http://www.thesimsresource.com/down...s-3/id/1239170/
TR3 Mansion in The Sims 3 by TRJTA: http://www.tombraiderforums.com/sho...=191384&page=14
Garage Door Set by missyzim: http://www.thesimsresource.com/down...ms3/id/1055910/
Antique Venetian build set by Cyclonesue:http://www.thesimsresource.com/arti...ms3/id/1126295/
Veiro Double Bed Blanket by sim_man123: http://www.thesimsresource.com/down...ket/id/1171219/

PLEASE NOTE: In order to make the house look like it is supposed to, you will need the three tile and two tile venetian window from Cyclonesue's set.

Store Content Used:
I have all the free items so chances are I used some of them. I also used the Camotrash Rubbish and The Now & Then Century Manor set. http://store.thesims3.com/setsProdu...=OFB-SIM3:72479

PLEASE NOTE: In order to make the house look like it is supposed to, you will need The Now & Then Century Manor set ehich includes certain windows i used.

Thank you all so much and please find the time to leave any feedback regarding the lot or any of the store items/CC i used.


Lot Size: 40x40
Lot Price: Furnished: $161 536 Unfurnished: $100 837

Additional Credits:
Delphy's Sims 3 Pack Multi-Extracter