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Pacific Standard Time - A West Coast Modern

by Riptide651 Posted 20th Feb 2012 at 4:27 AM - Updated 7th Nov 2013 at 4:28 PM by Riptide651
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This eclectic, modern house is representative of the colors of the sunset. Red, Orange, and Yellow. With colorful leaping arches and wood and metal detail, this lovely estate comes complete with it's own white and green sportscar.

With a wonderful view, and floor to ceiling glass windows to illustrate the sunset in all of it's beauty. With colorful furnishings that celebrate the eclectic style, shades of Red, Blue and Green adorn the interior and accent the multiple sculptures that dot the areas of the home.

- Living Area
- Dining Area
- Kitchen (equipped with a professional bar)
- Studio Bedroom
- Fully equipped Bathroom

Note: The fireplace is not usable because it is on an elevated foundation while the room is sunken, plus I wouldn't advise using it because I removed the chimeny for style, and if it was accesable, it would set the Living area on fire... Whoops... :p

Lot Price:
Furnished - 148,140
Unfurnished - 61,218

Note(Part 2):The interior decor of this house is a stretch from my usual style because normally I would use colors that were very calm and pleasing to the eye, while in this example I use bright and spontaneous shades of red and blue to accentuate areas of the home. This is not necessarily to everyone's liking as it is an Experimental Home, just something I used to test a new style.

Lot Size: 3x2
Lot Price: Listed in Description

Additional Credits:
Thanks to the Pacific Standard Time Exhibit in Los Angeles for coming up with such and amazing name, it drove me to build a house inspired by the name itself, which is not something I usually do. I honestly couldn't have thought of such a legitimate name for anything, it is just that cool.

Number of bedrooms: Studio
Custom Content Included: None
Furnishings: Fully Furnished
Special Flags: Not Applicable

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Pacific Standard Time V.2.rar | House File

Size: 1.47 MB · Downloads: 398 · 20th Feb 2012
1.47 MB 398 20th Feb 2012
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Top Secret Researcher
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#2 Old 20th Feb 2012 at 8:34 PM
Wow! Thanks, I really appreciate it

Why did I move here? I guess it was the weather.