Although I harbor a fondness for most of these plans, the DelMar turned out to be my favorite, as you might be able to discern by my self-Sim and family being the test family.
|The DelMar, modest in appearence.|
|Main floor overview|
|Sim Soul enjoys the comfortable living room.|
|And the cozy fire!|
|The dining area.|
|The kitchen, in coral, yellow, and turquoise.|
|I'm not happy with the chairs, but they are functional.|
|Upstairs bath #1|
|Upstairs bath #2|
|The nursery, across the hall from the master bed.|
|The boys room. Yes, cowboys again.|
|The girls room.|
|The girls room study area.|
|Sim Peanut considers torturing the dolls.|
|The rather vivid master bedroom.|
|The laundry room.|
|Where a sewing machine should go!|
|Spare room adjacent to the laundry.|
|Sim Yoshi thunks hard.|
|Sim Aaron jams near the party area of the rec room - bar area AND buffet table.|
|The sitting area of the rec room.|
I didn't remind him that he'd had his own room when he was 6, he'd just refused to sleep in it instead of sharing a room with his brother.
So there you go, basement bedrooms - perfect for the angsty, cocky, stumbling, and still vulnerable teen of your choice! Heck, I had one of my own back in the day.
|The back yard.|
This house can home, as is, four children, two adults, and two babies. It requires only the basegame, and used no CC.
And if you have a Sim family that will enjoy it as much as my Sim family did: