My original red build was kind of a bachelor pad and it was really fun. It was the first apartment I built from this set.
But when I went to build the house version of it, I really wanted to build a barn-roofed house so it didn’t quite fit the original look and feel. There’s a lot of barn-roofed houses in my neighborhood.
The layout of this house really ended up changing more than most of my builds, the furniture stayed the same mostly, but for some reason, it feels a bit less bachelor. (The high chair might be why.) The main floor is an open living, dining, kitchen.
And then a bathroom and laundry room. The laundry was a lot of fun to make. Although my Grey house has a similar room, technically I built this room first. There’s something nice about not having a laundry in a dusty basement.
Upstairs are the three bedrooms and a family room.
Master bedroom with attached bathroom.
The rooms are currently planned for a child and a toddler. I think all that red might be a bit too energizing for actual kids. (Good things they are sims?)
My favorite part is in the child’s bedroom is the tiny closet. A little secret fort of sorts.
The backyard is large and open. There’s a patch for gardening, but nothing growing yet as it’s fall in my game.
The build is on the gallery under ra3rei.
- Packs Used: (I tried to use only a few, but failed) Seasons, Cats & Dogs, City Living, Get Together, Get to Work, Parenthood, Vampires, Dine Out, Laundry Day, Toddler Stuff, Vintage Glamour, Kids Room, Spooky Stuff, Cool Kitchen, Perfect Patio
- Lot Traits: Great soil, Homey, Breeding ground
- Lot Details: 40×40; 3br 2bath – (Bridleton Bay – It’s a Good House )
- Cost: §80,837