In the interest of total honesty, I did have a small issue in the placement of furniture in the master bedroom for which I used the “Alt” button to move the bed a small fraction of a centimeter, since my test Sim decided to throw a fit when being routed to the dresser in the room. This was despite the fact that there was no discernible overlap of the footprint on either piece. After nudging the bed, he was able to access the dresser just fine.
A few of the pictures have a slightly different look to them as they were taken in a different neighborhood. I built it using Builder's Island and then put a test copy in my regular hood, therefore, you may notice an extra tree or other neighborhood decoration in the background but it is the same house.
Good luck everyone!
Edit Note: Since "Q" ok'd the ability to edit as long as judging has not begun, I replaced the pics with grids to ones without grids per suggestion by AdonisPluto. My mind works in a different way than most and I actually thought the grids would help with the judging in regards to verifying the integrity of the foundation and placements of overhangs. I did not take into account the possibility of difficulty with judging the "aesthetic" portions with the grids in place, although it should have been obvious!
Also added cc credit which I had overlooked previously.