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For today’s tour, we’re going to have a look around the
house of the Wheeler family at 125 Couderc Street. This
house is i...
The front of the house, minus the writing
Orientation shot of the first floor
The front hall
I decided to not change the library much. It’s looked like this since Catherynne’s
grandmother’s time, but it works and I ...
The only part of the library that changed
The toymaking room
The dining room. The table seats eight. The frames will eventually have photos of the kids.
The workout room, with skill building for body
The workout room, part 2
The kitchen, with a custom chocolate machine (I have two) and skill building for cooking
The backyard
Orientation shot of the second floor
The second floor hall and study area. The frames will have pictures of the kids and will
encourage them to put their homew...
Professor Douglas’s office
Professor Douglas and Catherynne’s bedroom
The second floor grown-up’s bathroom
The second floor kids’ bathroom
The boys’ room
The girls’ room
Orientation shot of the third floor
The deck, with skill building for logic and gardening
The third floor upstairs hallway -- designed for Teens to hang out in
The Teen space, with skill building for creativity and bookshelf skills
The third floor bathroom
Dongsool’s room. Have I mentioned that he likes tabletop RPGs?
Dongsools’ room, part 2.
And that’s all I have for you today! Please join me again at
an unspecified future date for another tour.

Until next time...
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Let's Take a Look: The Wheeler Household

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Let's Take a Look: The Wheeler Household

  1. 1. For today’s tour, we’re going to have a look around the house of the Wheeler family at 125 Couderc Street. This house is in the downtown, which is on the Takemizu Village template. This house was created in the unpopulated “rebuilding” ’hood for ease of future rebuilds. The pictures were taken before the family moved in, but they will have been restored by the time you see this feature.
  2. 2. The front of the house, minus the writing
  3. 3. Orientation shot of the first floor
  4. 4. The front hall
  5. 5. I decided to not change the library much. It’s looked like this since Catherynne’s grandmother’s time, but it works and I like it.
  6. 6. The only part of the library that changed
  7. 7. The toymaking room
  8. 8. The dining room. The table seats eight. The frames will eventually have photos of the kids.
  9. 9. The workout room, with skill building for body
  10. 10. The workout room, part 2
  11. 11. The kitchen, with a custom chocolate machine (I have two) and skill building for cooking
  12. 12. The backyard
  13. 13. Orientation shot of the second floor
  14. 14. The second floor hall and study area. The frames will have pictures of the kids and will encourage them to put their homework nearby. (Mod by Moghughson on MTS)
  15. 15. Professor Douglas’s office
  16. 16. Professor Douglas and Catherynne’s bedroom
  17. 17. The second floor grown-up’s bathroom
  18. 18. The second floor kids’ bathroom
  19. 19. The boys’ room
  20. 20. The girls’ room
  21. 21. Orientation shot of the third floor
  22. 22. The deck, with skill building for logic and gardening
  23. 23. The third floor upstairs hallway -- designed for Teens to hang out in
  24. 24. The Teen space, with skill building for creativity and bookshelf skills
  25. 25. The third floor bathroom
  26. 26. Dongsool’s room. Have I mentioned that he likes tabletop RPGs?
  27. 27. Dongsools’ room, part 2.
  28. 28. And that’s all I have for you today! Please join me again at an unspecified future date for another tour. Until next time, Happy Simming!

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