San Diego Craftsman
Uploaded 22nd Sep 2014 at 3:01 PM · Updated 22nd Sep 2014 at 6:46 PM by porkypine
This Craftsman style house is plucked from San Diego, California and sim-ized for your Sim's living pleasure.
The foyer opens onto a cozy living area with a snug fireplace adjacent to the dining area which opens onto the kitchen.
Down a short hall from the kitchen is the bathroom, kids room and the master bedroom.
The attic was converted into a livable loft area and will hold two kids beds and a small activity area. Don't want to toss the kids upstairs? Well, make it into a study or craft workroom. There is a small veranda off the attic that can hold a chess table and chairs. Due to the limitations of the Sims 4 game, you need to play walls down in the attic. I didn't decorate the attic and kids room very much, I'll leave that to the new owners.
There is a very restful side yard with nice shade trees, a fountain, planters, flowers and monkey bars for the kids to climb.
This lot was Sim tested.
lot size = 20 x 30
finished attic space
Furnished = $82,840
Lot Size: 20x30
Lot Price: $82,840
Name: San Diego Craftsman
Description: This San Diego Craftman home has a cozy living and dining area, 2 bedrooms and 1 bath on the main floor. Upstairs in the attic is a space for kids beds and playroom. Play the attic walls down.
Size: 202.1 KB · Downloads: 1,218 · 22nd Sep 2014
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