I see little houses that look very similar to this all over here in Saint Paul, and saw many when I lived in Duluth, too. Clearly a very common sort of early last century house.
Now the pictures:
|The front of the house. It totally has a back too, trust me. I have a trustworthy face.|
|The side with the kitchen porch to the right. And left. Hot kitchen porch action.|
|Upstairs floor plan.|
|Basement surrounded by the eternal, aching void of the Unknowable.|
|This is a good house for arty folks or those who presume themselves to be arty.|
|And also the arty folks like having clean clothes.|
|A place to keep babies.|
|Living room. Not for the undead, Steven. Damn it.|
|Dining area in kitchen.|
|Pretty pie cabinet I haven't managed to manifest in real life yet, but I'm trying.|
|This is Pocky's room. Pocky is a real horse, he's just in hiding as a rocking horse.|
|A room for a feminine child.|
|The place the grownups go to hide when the children are discussing their new cult.|
It's a bigger file, and unlike my usual Grant Park places, it has modern electronics.
Color plan is from here, a '28 sunroom.
The Exchange is still not working for me to upload these. My exports tab tells me I successfully uploaded all of the Grant Park houses but I am not seeing them in my Studio. Just in case, here's my studio.
Hope you enjoy! Working on a three part house now.