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Posted 21st Nov 2008 at 11:51 PM - Updated 6th May 2010 at 6:11 PM by Simonut - Viewed 48271 times. Direct link to this thread
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This is a picked upload! It showcases some of the best talent and creativity available on MTS and in the community.
The architectural term "Colonial" refers not to common design characteristics but to the period of time between the early 1600s and 1850. European settlers from several nations were establishing new colonies in what would later become the United States, bringing their traditional house building ideas and techniques and adapting them to their new landscapes.
There are many styles of colonial architecture such as Georgian Colonial, Southern Colonial, French Colonial, German, Dutch, Spanish, the Saltbox Colonial build in the early 1600s are the oldest of the New England homes and were virtually unchanged for the next 100 years. In the 1800s Colonial Revival, Neo Colonial combine an assortment of historic styles within their houses architecture, adding many features.
The seventeeth century into the nineteenth for most modest dwelling, was of one story or a story and a half; with dormer windows lighting rooms in the roof and chimney at either end. Until this day Colonial style homes can be seen across the United States and have never completely gone out of fashion.
I present to you " Colonial Classical Charm" This house I build more on the Colonial Revival style with a "Special floor plan", stairs that surrounds the very center of the house leading up or down into each room.
Note: Objects are deliberately place on two ends of the center stairs to force the sims to use the stairs, otherwise sims can be lazy ( lol ) and walk around them.
Details: All Maxis No Custom, Fully furnished, One story house, Lot tested and
played. ( NightLife EP is needed )
2 Bedrooms- Master suite with private bath, second bedroom with bath.
3 Bathrooms- Extra full bath added.
Living area- With fireplace lovely setup.
Dining & Kitchen- Nice setup.
Family room- Cards, Chess,etc.
Outdoor pool, play area, conversation area.
Garage pathway- With car.
NOTE: Check out pictures for a look inside. ( Walls are down )
Game tips: Once you place your sims into the house all grid lines around the
stairs will go away. Or to see what the stairs look like without
the grid lines just click on your game option icon.
Game tips: Some homes may have more landscape then others for your sims
or gardener to finish his or her job just click on "Ultra Speed Time"
when finish set back to normal speed time.
NOTE: All comments and thank you are welcome. "Enjoy"
Lot Size: 4x3
Lot Price: 210,733
Thanks to "Numenor" for your Any Game Starter.
Thanks to MTS2 Staff and Site Helpers.
Thanks to all the creators who continue to give and share their best.
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