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The Perron Residence (The Conjuring) (No CC)

by pancake101 Posted 3rd Dec 2016 at 11:13 PM - Updated 20th Aug 2018 at 7:01 PM by pancake101
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Are you a fan of horror movies? Whether you are or not, chances are you've probably heard of the hit movie from 2013 known as The Conjuring. This has been one of my all time favorite horror movies for a long time, having watched it easily a couple dozen times. Eventually it became obvious I needed it in my Sims life as well. And so, after re-watching scenes a bazillion times, taking notes of every piece of furniture, every detail, every everything, I finally finished recreating the Perron family home, now ready to be added to your game as well!

Now, one thing that did make this build rather tricky, was the fact that there are continuity issues with the home multiple times through out the movie. Sometimes, rooms in the film are clearly shown with more windows than the exterior shows possible, rooms are shown in different locations from inside to outside that don't make sense,while other rooms are never even seen at all in the film, and therefore required a little artistic license. In fact, I cant recall ever seeing most of the right side of the house in the film at all. In those areas, I did try and imagine how the house would look, and did my best to build it to match.

Now for the layout:

FLOOR ONE:

The entrance hall, living room, Roger's office space, the kitchen, bathroom, entrance to the basement, laundry area, sitting room, and the side porches and loft space which I have left empty for you to add on to as you may choose.

SECOND FLOOR:

Nancy and Christine's room, April and Cynthia's room, Andrea's room (creepy wardrobe included), the parent's room, the upstairs bathroom, and one other room never seen in the film that I have left empty for you to create whatever you want there.

The house also includes the famous basement in which the exorcism takes place, with the wooden chair she is tied to sitting in the middle of the floor. Other notable details from the movie hidden around the house include April's music box in her room, the laundry lines in the yard, the grave of the family dog Sadie, the creepy hanging tree in the backyard, and lots more details based to match as much as I'd seen in the movie, from the stopped clocks on the mantles, to the cat picture in Andrea's bedroom.

This build was so much fun to create and while I'm sure I missed things or got some things wrong, I really hope you enjoy placing it in your game regardless!
Especially if you're a fan of the movie!

Now you just need Ed and Lorraine Warren and you're all set for a ghost hunt!



Lot Size: 64x64
Lot Price (furnished): $150,410
Lot Price (unfurnished): $82373

Number of bedrooms: 5 or more
Custom Content Included: None
Furnishings: Fully Furnished
Special Flags: Not Applicable

You must have the expansion or stuff packs listed below installed to use this custom content. Please see the post text for any exceptions.

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#2 Old 4th Dec 2016 at 5:57 PM
I love that you've recreated this house! When I first started watching the movie I remembered how small and how old the house from the real haunting was, so I thought it seemed silly to use a house that was much bigger and barely 100 years old. But the film house overcame those reservations very easily as it's such a gorgeous and characterful house that I look forward to playing with in-game. I particularly like the way you've furnished the basement.
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#3 Old 4th Dec 2016 at 7:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Fergus' Mind
I love that you've recreated this house! When I first started watching the movie I remembered how small and how old the house from the real haunting was, so I thought it seemed silly to use a house that was much bigger and barely 100 years old. But the film house overcame those reservations very easily as it's such a gorgeous and characterful house that I look forward to playing with in-game. I particularly like the way you've furnished the basement.


Thanks! The basement was so hard to actually make since I had to force stairs through the foundation. I actually had to disassemble the entire lower level of the house twice before I was able to get it to actually work! But it all came together in the end! Glad you enjoy it!
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#4 Old 4th Dec 2016 at 11:41 PM
Very nice! I have to say that's probably the creepiest basement I've ever seen in a TS3 build. Good job!
Instructor
#5 Old 6th Dec 2016 at 12:53 AM
Just the name alone almost has me shaking in my boots (well...socks), I don't know how you watched it once...let alone several! I know it's supposed to be a creepy house..but it is so lovely! I can see that you put a lot of time and effort into re-making this home for our spoiled sims Thanks, I can't wait to move in one of my fav sim fams
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#6 Old 6th Dec 2016 at 10:30 AM
I've never seen the film as I'm a huge wimp but this house is incredible. The basement gives me the creeps!
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#7 Old 10th Dec 2016 at 3:28 AM
This is a great rendition of the house! Nicely done!
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#8 Old 3rd Jan 2017 at 3:12 AM
I'm very looking forward to placing it in one of my worlds, The Conjuring is one of my faves & is definitely going to enjoy it. Thank you so much for all the hard work!! xoxo
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#9 Old 22nd Feb 2018 at 8:31 PM
This is absolutely gorgeous, I love all the detail.
Space Pony
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#10 Old 22nd Feb 2018 at 9:39 PM
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Originally Posted by ScarlettKunai
This is absolutely gorgeous, I love all the detail.


Thank you!!!
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#11 Old 21st May 2020 at 4:44 PM
This is the best home I have seen from the sims series. I love this movie so much!
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#12 Old 6th Nov 2020 at 7:02 PM Last edited by duskbunny : 6th Nov 2020 at 7:24 PM.
omg, i love 'The Conjuring' move as movies and have watched them a hand full of time. So when I saw this I got excited and i have never downloaded a build that was not on the gallery but this I had to have. so thank you cant wait to play with it.
edited: man just realized I can't use this lote it's sims 3 I have sims 4 now i need a big tub of ice cream and some cooks to take the pine away. but i will move on stull love the lote. so good job.