The grand fireplace takes center stage in the spacious two-story great room. Three decks in the front and back of this simple mountain lodge offer plenty of opportunity for taking in the crisp alpine air.
Stunning views and a massive open living space make this a marvelous getaway home. This four-story mountain lodge includes sweeping staircases, two wrap-around decks, an extra-wide carport, and a private observatory.
With neoclassical proportions and a well designed floor plan, this house is rarely available to the first time homeowner. Although it’s probably what many of us envision for a starter home, only the rare buyer can afford this much charm once in a blue moon.
This house harkens back to yesteryear, evoking another era that has blown with the breeze. Grand living can still be found here; with its old growth willows, private pond, and many verandas, tomorrow will always be another day.
We’re certain we‘ve seen this house on the opening credits of a cable mini-series. At any rate, we encourage you to brush up on your croquet and stock up on bloomers and petticoats if you want to spend any significant time here.
The stolid front of this house defines its equally no-nonsense interior. We’re sure the living rooms of this house have hosted many important local dignitaries in interminable tea parties to which fortunately we have never been invited.
Shootin’ the breeze is easier from a porch and even more fun when drinkin’ your favorite cold beverage. ‘Course for that you needs a ‘fridgerator. So when given the chance to build anywhere in the swamp, this place seems like the most logical locale.
Just as cute as a button, this home features a full wrap around Victorian porch and is ready for a growing family. An unfinished attic leaves plenty of room to expand; it even comes with an adorable matching doll house!
If a Sim's home is their castle, than this is suitable for a small queen or king. Although this is a pleasant enough house, anyone should be worried about letting their teenage prince or princess sleep on the ground floor with their own entrance... and exit.
Built at a time when houses had names, Elderstone is just the type of house for the grandkids to come and spend a night, perhaps in their mom's old room. It's just a little cluttered and the kitchen needs updating, but it could work for a young family as well.
It's not clear that the ideal place for your in-laws is over the garage, but it probably beats them living in the next bedroom! Stately and ever so appropriate, this home is perfect for the family who has too much and wants more.
Medieval castle living at its finest, the Rookery has eschewed its avian residents in favor of more domesticated dwellers. A turret, a balcony, your own pond and a hidden reading nook are among this habitat's unique features.