The Hawk's Nest Lodge
Uploaded 5th Dec 2008 at 11:58 PM · Updated 31st Mar 2009 at 2:04 AM by bubbajoe62 : need price
Designed for the top level of Three Lakes, fits in with the typical rustic Three Lakes style but a little nicer perhaps.
The first floor is a great place to meet new people...after you check in, the in-house restaurant,
and small bowling alley with coffee bar are always lively.
On the second floor you will find one luxury suite for around $900 per night, one smaller suite for about $650 and a game room.
The four similar suites on the third floor go for about $550.
Swimming, exercising, soaking and fishing out back.
Tested in game play. (If you would like to build your own hotel, do not put a loudspeaker directly beneath a hotel room as your sim will not be able to sleep. Unselected rooms will not be rented or if they are, they will not be occupied and the furniture will not disappear. Even two stories up! The same happens if someone leaves a tv on in one of the rooms.)
Lot Size: 4x4
Lot Price: $175,180
Title: The Hawk's Nest Lodge
|Open for Business|
|Kitchen & Bath|
The Hawk's Nest LodgeA.rar
Size: 1.28 MB · Downloads: 382 · 5th Dec 2008
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Key: - File was updated after upload was posted
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2. Extract the zip, rar, or 7z file.
3. Install: Double-click on the .sims2pack file to install its contents to your game. The files will automatically be installed to the proper location(s).
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My lots are built to be played in cut-away view.
While building my lots, I aim for a clean, crisp appearance while maintaining visual interest and good sight lines.
No filters, no photo actions. What you see is what you get.
I can do Maxis-match but I usually prefer to recreate something in real life.
Which is weird because I generally avoid English and RL images in Sim clothing and decor.
I had a lot more verbiage describing my philosophy of Sim-architecture and ended up sounding absolutely insufferable so to paraphrase Coco Chanel:
before leaving the house, a lady should look at the accessories and remove one mirror.
No restrictions on TOU. If you claim my stuff as your own or try to monetize it, you have bigger problems than I do.