The English House ~ An English Country Estate: 7B/8B/6Cars, indoor pool, conservatory, plus much more!

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The English House
An English Country Estate
based on a RL floor plans
7 bedrooms - 8 bathrooms - 2 garages (with 6 cars total possible)
conservatory - indoor pool - billiards - theater - library - exercise room with sauna
wine cellar - butler's pantry - floral workroom - pet friendly - porte cochere

~~~ Only 2 CC! ~~~
Mia86's 2 EAxis chimneyless fireplaces are included

I found this floorplan on ArchivalDesigns.
The brochure says:
This neoclassical estate entertains a sense of mystery and excitement in its facade, and a life of pure luxury inside. The foyer opens on either side to the dining room and library, both radiating with the warmth of their fireplaces. On the left, the family room enjoys French doors to the veranda and a cozy hearth. With subtle room definition, the family room opens up to the morning room and professional-grade kitchen. A guest suite on this level is situated for privacy. An ornate staircase with a cupola above presents three complete secondary bedroom suites, and a nursery. Regal and refined, the master suite spares nothing for the homeowner's comfort...

NB: I had to redesign the Master Bedroom area - it was just too big. Ridiculous!

Please enjoy touring the rest of the houses by scrolling through the above pictures.

This house is part of a mini-series I am doing of British Houses. Please visit my MTS Profile for more. I hope you will enjoy them all .
Please leave me a comment and let me know what you think!

This house is fully furnished, and lightly decorated. All appliances, plumbing and lighting are included, as are fire alarms and front door burglar alarms.

This is a clean copy of this house/lot; no sim has ever lived here. The package has been cleaned with Mootilda's Clean Installer.

There is parking available for six vehicles. Two in the garages; and four on the driveway.

This is a pet-friendly build. No pet items are included - but there is plenty of space to add them.

Definitely used but NOT included - so, if you want all the various wallpapers shown in the pictures, you will need to get the Lifestyle Build Bundle. I use it ALL the time. (If you followed that link, it's the second link in the top post - extracted from Lifestyle Stories by Argon @ MATY) This 'bundle' lives back in my Bins folder so it doesn't have the CC star. If you ever enter one of my builds and find it has blank/unpapered walls/floors, it is because I used ones from this bundle and forgot to mention it. So, either substitute the wall/floor of your choice, or go get this bundle and re-install the lot (from your lot bin.)

--- The pictures also show HL's Backless Shower - which I have defaulted. If you don't already have this shower, the game will substitute the regular walled shower for you.

Custom Content Included.
- Mia86's Chimneyless Maxis Fireplaces - both were used in this house.

Lot Sizes: 50X40
Lot Prices: $369,393

Standard mods I use that are not necessary, nor included - but were probably used whilst building/photo-ing/prepping this house for upload...
I use Deastrumquodvicis' Roof Shader for brighter roofs
And, HW/Honeywell's A Little Greyer: Roof Trim Defaults
Maranatah's White Wall Top texture replacement
Moo's Turn On/Off Lights
Menaceman's Lunatech Lighting Fix
BeosBoxBoy's no-red-pause-mod
Nopke's Go Under Spiral Stairs mod for proper spiral stair usage
Gunmod's Radience Lighting System, which is installed with the Scriptorium (which is necessary for installing CC stairs.)
HugeLunatic's Sweet Down Low Tweaked + for the ability to shift things up/down on a wall without darkening the item!
And, I highly recommend using gummilutt's Invisible Medicine Cabinet to add features to any mirror.
And, of course, everyone needs Numenor's CEP and SEP!

NOTE: Sweet Down Low Tweaked + sometimes causes pictures, curtains, shelves, and ceiling lights to 'jump' out of place when you first install a lot. You can click the item to put it back in place. The 'jumping' is a side-effect of the mod. It won't affect your game at all (other than the inconvenience of things being initially out of place *sigh*)