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Apr 23 2014
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A slice of Suburbia ...Finally

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OMG finally got my suburbian house...oh happy day!

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...I'm guessing you're referring to the new 921 Acacia Drive suburban home released in x7 preview this week by LKWD? It comes with 8 daily rewards of furniture items & is wonderfully spacious! 

 

..This is a welcome addition to my collection of spaces & has the cutest perk of a star projector in what appears to b the childs room on the second floor ..it's offered on it's own or bundled with various LKWD furniture packs 

 

TyVm LKWD!!!! 

 

addition* If anyone would like a tour please contact me via personal message on the forum here..I'd b happy to show it =)

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Apr 23, 2014

pictures?

 

i take it that it is like how the Action district is with the house and streets?

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Apr 23, 2014

myalana invited me to her personal space and i took a few photos.Here a couple of photos for those interested.

 

 

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Apr 23, 2014

Thanks for the pics

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Apr 23, 2014

Great pictures!   Questions about the space.  The wallpapers looking slightly different in the various rooms.  Are they changeable?

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Apr 23, 2014
Anyone know how much is this space?
“Sometimes people are beautiful.
Not in looks.
Not in what they say.
Just in what they are.”
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Meh...still not what I'm looking for, it's still way too open inside, no front/back yards to walk in, and no basement...so close though, at least in concept. Almost bought this place based on the description, but glad I looked for pics first.

 

What I want is a suburban house in the style of Abbey Hill cottage.

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Apr 23, 2014

Tarazuma wrote:

Meh...still not what I'm looking for, it's still way too open inside, no front/back yards to walk in, and no basement...so close though, at least in concept. Almost bought this place based on the description, but glad I looked for pics first.

 

What I want is a suburban house in the style of Abbey Hill cottage.


Yeah its hard to carter to everyone's specifii wants/needs.  I think this sapce is a great one for large scale items like alrge beds, large sofas, large tables, etc.   Heck, it reminds me of my grandparent's old house in Georgia

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Left4Dinner wrote:
Yeah its hard to carter to everyone's specifii wants/needs. 

 

It really isn't, and I wouldn't call what I said a "specific want/need". How hard is it to make a realistically proportioned suburban house with a yard?! They already made Abbey Hill, why not just make a suburban version of that? I don't think anyone would be complaining if it had a yard and wasn't unrealistically open inside, in fact it would just sell MORE. 

 

Seriously do not understand that "can't make something for everyone" bit when devs should just be making something that appeals to as many people as possible. People have suggested a suburban house WITH YARD on here for years.

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