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Taberna ''Buraco da raposa''. No CC

by Secretâ„¢ Posted 18th Aug 2017 at 2:51 AM - Updated 18th Aug 2017 at 4:43 AM by gdayars
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I've never played Veronaville, but I like his concept of medieval Europe and some residential lots. On one of them I decided to experiment. I thought that you can do with it? Build a garage, pool, make a villa or a grim vampire crypt. All this is not what I've seen many times.

I decided to make a hotel out of it. Small, but very cozy. Quiet place on the edge of the forest, where you can spend the night. I cut open the windows, doors, changed the layout, but did not touch his concept. I respect the creativity of the creators of Sims 2, and decided to leave a complex form, facades and exterior decoration.

The original house you can easily find in the town of Veronaville. My lot is not an exact copy of it.

So, the hotel-tavern "Foxy burrow" is designed for the cold season.

2 floors and 2 separate entrances and 2 stairs.

On the first floor there is a spacious dining room, kitchen, bathroom, gambling hall and a small library.
On the second 4 cozy small rooms for 1-2 sims. Each of them has a bathroom, a fireplace and a telephone.

The cost of 600-700 sl.

In the courtyard there is a small park and a lake.

Lot Size: 4x3
Lot Price (furnished): 210 000

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Number of bedrooms: 1 Bedroom
Custom Content Included: None
Furnishings: Fully Furnished
Special Flags: Not Applicable

Tags: #hotel, #forest, #medieval, #seasons