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Blueberry Cream Pie - A Starter

by Iiernyce Posted 23rd Jan 2012 at 8:21 AM - Updated 23rd Feb 2012 at 3:54 AM by Iiernyce
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NOTES:

This houseplan was my inspiration in building this lot: *link*

The following CC were used for this lot:

Armiel's Basic Column Thick 4 (From Build Set DIY)

HugeLunatic's Window Shmindow-Counterheight

HugeLunatic's Ribbon Window

This house was built with the base game only (version 1.26.89).

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Another cheap home for 1/2 sims. Like my previous lot, this house was furnished without deco. It features a covered patio and a car area.

I kinda wanted to imitate the houseplan that was mentioned above, but I ended up doing something different (the similarities in layout and size are still there, though). I just ate dinner (and probably craving for dessert) when I looked at the finished house and thought, "woah, it looks like blueberry cream pie." I was originally going to call it "Shades of Blue and White," but "Blueberry Cream Pie" just sounds a lot yummier.

Oh, and the actual lot size is 10x15.

Lot Size: 1x2
Lot Price: F:14,417 UF:10,597

Additional Credits:
Build Town II by Regina at BogSims



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Number of bedrooms: 1 Bedroom
Custom Content Included: Build content only
Furnishings: Starter Furnishings
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Tags: #blue, #white, #starter, #cheap, #small, #contemporary, #midcentury