The ultimate car-lover's home. Built off the beaten track with plenty of open space for revving the engines, number 15 Mercedes Bends is the car-racer and tinkerer's dream. It features three stories, including a workshop, an attached garage, and an entertainment room for watching the Grand Prix. If you're a fan of racing and automobiles, this is the house for you.
The lack of close neighbors means that the car-owner has plenty of road space to test out their many vehicles, and plenty of silence to disturb with the rev of engines. While there is an attached garage that leads directly to the workshop, there is also an off-road path that goes to the back of the house, where there's ample room for tinkering on the occasional scooter or motorbike project and some on-patio storage built into the walls. All of the house is well-lit, so you can find either driveway after dark without trouble. The architecture of the home celebrates bold lines, which call up images of road lanes and painted lines, as well as gravel and tar to represent asphalt.
The bedroom is in neutral grays and stunningly bright reds, the color of metal and stop signs which carries throughout the house. The master bathroom is quite large, and the views from the top floor are brilliant. A few car/road memorabilia are about, but the checkered flag of the finish line remains the predominant pattern, in both tiles and carpets/fabrics. Half-walls and large panes for the windows are a celebration of the metal and fiberglass that makes up a car.
Accessed by a walkway lit with floor lights at the front or from a short patio at the back of the house, the main floor is big and open. Once again, the checkered flag features in the tile work. Metals and rubbers inspired by tires and chassis feature predominantly. In the center of the room, a blue scooter rests on a display, separating the entertainment area from the kitchen. The kitchen is large and high-tech, with food processors, microwaves, and an espresso machine. The entertainment area is inspired by traffic lights, and features black metals and plastics, and reds, yellows, and greens. The entertainment center has built in lighting, and is the perfect place to watch the next race. For those who like to entertain during races, there is also a fully equipped bar. There is also a small bathroom with only a toilet and sink for guests to use during these parties.
Since this is a car-lover's dream, almost the entire basement is a fully functioning garage for custom paint-jobs, customization, and the celebration of all things automobile. Panes of glass separate the main rooms into a sitting area, a true workshop, and the garage where cars are parked. The garage is accessed directly from the street via a driveway. Also in the basement is a utility room for laundry, featuring a washing machine, drier, utility sink, and drying line. The sink can also be used to clean up after car customization and servicing.
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(EDIT: Forgot to mention CC!
Only used Armiel's Builder's Island. The rest is from the games Thanks!)