(This download can also be found at ModTheSims)
This download contains 3 separate lots, designed to snap together (thanks to the Lot Adjuster) but they can also be used individually. Each lot has different guidelines depending on how you want to use them. To make the most out of them, please carefully read each lot’s guidelines below.
After years of putting it off I finally decided to do it. This lot is my best effort (with minimal CC) at converting my childhood home into a Sims 2 lot, and I’m pretty happy with it. The house I grew up in was a bungalow with very unique gardens, hence my thinking it would make a nice addition to the game. The address is real and can be found on Google street view, though honestly the owners after us changed things a lot, so it’s not the best comparison. I do like the idea though of playing a lot based off somebody’s real life, where their personal list of events took place. I find that pretty cool and hope this may inspire others to do the same. On the lot you’ll find two bunnies (pictured above). This is where we buried our first two pet hamsters, way back in 2000. Other unmarked graves include our pet cockatoo (over by the little shed), our two guinea pigs, and some wild black birds that hit the kitchen window over the years.
This lot was originally just for personal use, but it came out pretty well so I thought why not share it. It is an apartment lot featuring 3 joined townhouses. Each one is exactly the same on the interior, with the rent ranging from $5,905 to $6,054. They are 3 stories high and each have their own back garden (please see below for the required invisible fence that makes these yards function properly).