The Ramirez's House, 146 Pebble Dr. Bluewater Village - Maxis MakeOver. Min CC.

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Uploaded 22nd Mar 2022 at 7:45 PM

The Ramirez's House ~ 146 Pebble Drive
Bluewater Village - Maxis MakeOver
only 1 CC

Now that their Fine Furniture store is all fixed up. It's time for Checo and Lisa to concentrate on their home.
(I was a bit out of practice when I took these photos, I forgot to turn the lights on - sorry!)

The Ramirez family is very happy with their new home! Tessa loves her shiny new bedroom - and is very happy that the piano is now on an 'inside' wall. (It should keep it's tune better now!)

Please enjoy touring the rest of this home by scrolling through all the pictures.

This house is fully furnished, and lightly decorated. All appliances, plumbing and lighting are included, as are fire alarms (for the stove, fireplace, and grill), a phone (in the kitchen), and the front door has a burglar alarm.

This is a clean copy of this house/lot; no sim has ever been here. The package has been cleaned with Mootilda's Clean Installer. The original lot that I remodeled came from Jawusa's Empty Templates.

There is parking available for one vehicle on the driveway.

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

TIP: If you want to replace the Ramirez's current house with this one...
- Have them put any personal items they want to keep in their inventory. Cheat them enough money to buy the new house ($114,429)
- From the neighborhood screen, evict/move the family to the Sim Bin.
- Demolish their old house, and replace it with this one.
- Enter the new lot in build mode and make any personal choice changes you want to make. (Don't over-spend!) Save.
- Back in the neighborhood screen, move them into their new house.

Used but NOT included - so if you want the house to look exactly as pictured, you may need to GO get them:
- I use the Lifestyle Build Bundle wallpapers/floors 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.)
- Lifestyle Buy Bundle Carpet archived by Shasta/Sims2Artists
- TS2 Store Asian Set - Bonsai Tree archived at GoS.
- Backless Tub/Shower Combo by HugeLunatic(HL)/MTS
- Invisible Driveway by Sophie-David/MTS - if you want to see the pavers.

Custom Content Included
- ModularStairs Corner Unit by Spaik/repo'd by HugeLunatic(HL)

Lot Size: 2X2 (same as the original)
Lot Price (furnished): $114,429

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*)