Cawston is the final part of the 'Houses from my Hometown' series. This house is a modern design build that was done in the 2000's as part of a huge town expansion. The home has very spacious rooms throughout and with a good size garden and a garage, you can turn it into whatever you need.
Hillmorton is the fourth home in the 'Houses from my Hometown' series. This is another type of home that was built specifically for low income working class/affordable council housing. Inside the home are very spacious rooms for a growing family. There is also a small garden but there is still room to be able to expand the garden if needed.
New Bilton is the third instalment to the 'Houses from my Hometown' series. This was my biggest build to date and had to do some creative changes to make this house work on the exterior (i.e. bricks, window layouts) but the inside layout is exactly how it should be. This stunning example of a Victorian townhouse has plenty of spacious rooms across 3 floors of the main house to turn into whatever you dream of (for showing off purpose I've turned them into bedrooms). Outside the main home there is a 2bed guest cottage, a large fenced off plot for gardening with a greenhouse and there still large ample green space to create a garden haven.
Long Lawford is the second instalment of the 'Houses from my Hometown' series & this particular house is in the area I live in and I adore it. This 3bed period cottage (I did try to find a year it was built but found nothing) boasts so much character and charm. With its very spacious bedrooms this house will give a family their forever home.
Hillside is the first part of the 'Houses from my Hometown' series. This 2bed bungalow was originally built in 1980's as affordable housing for the working class. Each room is spaciously suited for a young family who are starting out in life.
Throughout May I thought I would share some Sims houses that I created based on homes in and around my hometown. From Victorian manor homes to homes originally built for factory workers and a very special famous school featured in literature and more known for creating a world renowned sport, my hometown really is steeped… Continue reading May Special – Houses from my Hometown