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2250 Country Club Dr. 2br-1ba $19,942

by johnnymixxxx Posted 16th Feb 2006 at 3:06 AM
7 Comments / replies (Who?) - 7 Feedback Posts
Title- 2250 Country Club Dr.
Category- Lots & Housing > Residential

Description- Starter house with unfurnished kitchen and bathroom. Also includes a driveway, landscaping, large patio, alarm system, large living room and huge dining area. Lights, floors, & walls complete. This house was made with Nightlife and requires the EP to work properly.


Custom Content Details: NONE

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Sims 2
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7 Comments / Replies (Who?) - 6 Feedback Posts
Test Subject
#2 Old 16th Feb 2006 at 7:30 PM
i like this one alot
Field Researcher
#3 Old 17th Feb 2006 at 5:36 AM
Thanks it looks good. I have never been one to make good looking houses they always look like squares lol.
Scholar
#4 Old 17th Feb 2006 at 3:34 PM
OK, except that the price of having two bedrooms is that each of them is too small. When I use this house, I'll knock out or move the wall between them so I can fit a double bed in.

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Lab Assistant
Original Poster
#5 Old 17th Feb 2006 at 3:58 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by mac
OK, except that the price of having two bedrooms is that each of them is too small. When I use this house, I'll knock out or move the wall between them so I can fit a double bed in.


You can fit a double bed in each room without knocking down the wall! If you look at the placement of the lights, thats where the head of the double bed should be placed. So either 1 double bed per room or 2 single beds per room.
Scholar
#6 Old 18th Feb 2006 at 5:16 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by mac
OK, except that the price of having two bedrooms is that each of them is too small. When I use this house, I'll knock out or move the wall between them so I can fit a double bed in.


Oops, my bad. I really meant the comment for 2300 Country Club Dr. This one is indeed fine - in fact, it's great!

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Top Secret Researcher
#7 Old 7th Mar 2006 at 12:03 PM
i like houses with very few interior walls so you can see everything, i'm having all your houses lol thanks again

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Test Subject
#8 Old 25th Mar 2006 at 3:52 PM
looks very good! too bad it requires the NL expansion to work...