30 Lakeside Drive is nestled next to 150 Main Street. On the first floor there's a large room separated with stairs. On the right side there's a kitchen, and on the left side there's just an empty space, possibly meant for either a living room or dining room. There's also a bathroom. On the second floor there's a hall that leads to a balcony. There are 2 small rooms and a bathroom as well.
190 Main Street is nestled next to 170 Main Street and opposite 195 Main Street. The house is the almost the same as 30 Lakeside Drive, so on the first floor there's a large space separated with stairs. On the right side there's an empty space while on the left side there's a kitchen. The bathroom is here as well. On the second floor there are 2 small rooms and a bathroom. There is also a hall that leads to a balcony.
225 Main Street is nestled opposite the 250 Main Street, community lot.
On the first floor there's a large room separated with stairs. One side (left) is empty and possibly meant for a living room. On the other side (right) there's already a kitchen, so the remaining space is possibly meant for a dining room. There's a small, cheap bathroom as well. On the second floor there are 2 rooms and one of them has a balcony. There's a bathroom, too. This house also appeared in Waterside.
50 Middle Lane is nestled between 30 Middle Lane and 70 Middle Lane. The house is the same as 190 Main Street. The only difference is that a palm tree outside is placed on the left side and on 190 Main Street it's placed on the right.
70 Middle Lane is nestled between 50 Middle Lane and 190 Main Street. On the first floor there's a kitchen and a small empty space, possibly meant for either a dining room or small living room. There's a bathroom as well. On the second floor there's just one room that leads to a balcony.
10 Oak Street is a small shack-like house. It is designed for simple, rustic living. This house can be found around the forest near the upper left of the trailer park if positioned against the sea. Inside the house there is a pink fridge, a yellow stove, and a green potbelly stove. There is no bedroom. The bathroom has blue tile, a sink and a toilet. The shower is outside. There are many different types of trees outside. The house is very cramped and hardly fits oneSim, let alone larger families.
Many players don't even notice this house as it is small and situated in a part of the town that is not easily visible, with trees all around it. There are no houses nearby.
105 Sim Lane is an unoccupied lot. It is a medium-sized lot (40x30) that has 4 bedrooms, all located on the upper level, though none of the rooms are large enough to adequately hold a double bed. Additionally, there are 2.5 bathrooms; a half-bath with a sink and toilet are located on the lower level, while two full bathrooms, including a "master bathroom" are located on the upper level. The house also features three fireplaces, a large front porch and two back porches, and a balcony off the front of the house on the upper level. The house is unfurnished, except for lights throughout the house, and fixtures in the kitchen and the bathrooms. This home was featured in many of The Sims 2 trailers and previews of the game, but it also had a pond at the front.
130 Sim Lane is an unoccupied lot that features 4 Bedrooms (1 Lower floor, 3 Upper floor) 3 bathrooms (1 En-suite) and a nice garden outside. The house sits on a small hill and is built on a foundation. The house features a multi-level deck in the back, and also has a fireplace. It costs around §35,000. It sits across from 105 Sim Lane, next to 170 Sim Lane, and adjacent to 195 Main Street and 165 Sim Lane.
170 Sim Lane is nestled next to 130 Sim Lane and opposite to 165 Sim Lane. When entering the house there's a large space possibly meant for a living room because there's a fireplace placed. From that large room you can enter the kitchen, bathroom and 2 rooms on the left side and another 2 rooms with bathrooms on the right side. The bathrooms and the kitchen are cheaply-furnished.
190 Sim Lane is nestled opposite 215 Sim Lane. On the first floor there's a large room and on the right side there's a kitchen and on the left fireplace, so this side is possibly meant for a living room. There's also the bathroom. On the second floor there are 2 rooms with bathrooms.
35 Woodland Drive is nestled next to 55 Woodland Drive and opposite 40 Woodland Drive. When entering the house there's a hall that connects with the kitchen and from the hall you can enter the bathroom and 2 rooms, a bigger and smaller one.
95 Woodland Drive is an unoccupied residential lot. It has two bedrooms, a bathroom, living room, and quite a large dining room. The kitchen is half furnished, since there is no fridge. There is a strange empty space covered by 2x1 walls, possibly meant for a fireplace in the living room.
113 Wright Way is a large hacienda-style unoccupied lot. The lot is fully furnished and is ready for a family to move in. The massive mansion costs §239,117, and is the most expensive in Pleasantview. It features 3.5 bathrooms, 4 bedrooms, a kitchen, a dining area, various living spaces, a pool and hot tub and a large garden. The mansion is accessed mainly by use of a bridge, which spans a large pond at the front of the property. One of the shows on the Sims Broadcasting Network uses an exterior shot of this house, and the show presumably involves a family living in it.
View of bridge of 113 Wright Way
Across-the-street view of 113 Wright Way
View of back corner of 113 Wright Way
Focus on Right-Side tower of 113 Wright Way
View from above of courtyard of 113 Wright Way
Lower-level courtyard of 113 Wright Way
View of Dining area near courtyard of 113 Wright Way
210 Wright Way is an unoccupied residential lot. It's a large lot near 113 Wright Way and Sim Lane. The large house features 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, living space and a nice garden. It costs around §108,000.