Wanderlust Inc. understands sims that just want to get away from their busy lives, take a load off and rest in privacy. That's why the company has recently invested in time share homes (and we promise this is not a scam!) Buy a share into our newly developed private vacation homes in the upper Pandora Canyon which offers a sleek modern style with a touch of that southwestern Kashmire charm.
It may not look like much from passing by...
Because the fun is in the back!
Back of lot
Floor Plan - Overall Property
Floor plan - Close up of home
As you can see, there are four entrances to the home. Via each bedroom, and two entrances from the patio to the common room. The thought behind this design is that when you arrive at your time share, you can take your luggage directly to you room. The mail box and outside trash can are nestled aside the structure, nearest to the kitchen exit, as that is where most trash will be coming from during the stay.
Pricing - 73,398
West Bedroom Side
East Bedroom Side
Another pro to having bedroom entrances at the time share is that after a dip in the in-foundation pool, there's no dripping back through the common room to get changed, but direct access to the bedroom for new clothes which then connects with the bathroom for showering.
Take in the heat, but remember to drink water! There's an overhanging roof that provides some shade. At night when the desert gets cool, there's a fire pit to keep warm. Set your sights and paint the desert canyon, or at night take a gander at the stars through the telescope. There's little light pollution and the skies will amaze.
The Common area allows a ton of natural light inside, it has entrances to each room, and the sink area. The natural light warms the inside during the day and so it keeps the heat in when the nights get cooler.
The kitchen, is on the west side of the common area, contains standard sink, stove, garbage disposal, dishwasher, and fridge. There is also a pantry. Dining table seats 4.
*note, I scooted in the chairs for pictures so I know they have to be placed regular to be usable for live play
The living portion of the home is on the east side of the common area, it contains a flat screen tv, a bookshelf, a large coffee table, two sofas, a radio, and a desk nook with a computer.
Both rooms contain a double bed, a ceiling fan, a closet, and have their own personalities. There is access to the common room, the sink room, and to the outside through each bedroom. The bedrooms have low placed windows to allow natural light but keep relative privacy from the road-side view.
*Note - each bedroom has a burglar alarm because of it's access to outdoors
This is a vestibule of sorts, containing towels, the sink and a mirror, it can be accessed from each bedroom and the common area. In turn it accesses the bathroom and the water closet through that. Lights are in-wall square fixtures.
This room contains a bath and a shower. The shower is partitioned off with a semi-transparent wood slatted wall. You can access the water closet where the toilet is through the bathroom.
Time shares can work in the sims if the buying sim, presents the deed to the vacation home to a member of the other family which allows them to proceed to visit and have it as a lodging option before they book their vacation. The home is ideal for single couples, double couples, or a family of four where the kids don't mind sharing a bed. If interested, the build was inspired greatly by this desert home. However I wanted to try my hand at building an in-foundation pool in addition to the regular outback patio. I did a lot of desert landscaping which included mixing terrain paints, placing rocks, and using desert plants, and kept with an overall neutral color scheme leaning toward the oranges and reds I associate with the US southwestern desert.
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