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Peasant Dwelling IV - Judy Sims - 06-08-2012 05:38 AM
Here is another residential lot from my medieval world, Dracul Isle. This little home is a step-up to having a few more amenities in it and better decor. It has that open concept living room and eat-in kitchen and a bath downstairs. This home has a laundry room with a washer and a clothesline. The master bedroom is upstairs and has an attached bath. The grounds have a small garden and a recreation area.
20x25 lot size
Requirements: All EPs and updated patches. Outdoor Living SP for the outside lighting and some decor.
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Thanks so much and hope you will have an interest.
RE: Peasant Dwelling IV - Sookielee - 06-08-2012 06:08 AM
It is so neat that you made all the lots that fit together for others to achieve a peasant village of their own. Good Job.
RE: Peasant Dwelling IV - LadyAngel - 06-09-2012 03:06 AM
I love anything rustic and peasant-y...really like this!
RE: Peasant Dwelling IV - Judy Sims - 06-09-2012 06:41 AM
(06-08-2012 06:08 AM)Sookielee Wrote: It is so neat that you made all the lots that fit together for others to achieve a peasant village of their own. Good Job.
Thanks, Sookielee. I was trying to make a world of two classes, the peasants and the nobles. The peasant's homes get better and larger as they prosper and the rich nobles just flaunt what they have. The materials remain medieval, but more luxurious. I guess some might fine the homes repetitious and boring, but it makes for a very rustic little village in the world.:D
Thank you, LadyAngel. I appreciate your input. I am liking your creations, too.
RE: Peasant Dwelling IV - tontrin - 06-09-2012 11:06 AM
I like this one too. I really like the way it looks from the road. The roof-line gives it a sharp look. Thanks Judy! :heart: