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Featured upload! Wrayth Manor

by edwardianed Posted 8th Feb 2015 at 7:05 PM - Updated 11th Jul 2015 at 10:07 PM by edwardianed : Grammar
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Built in 1893 by industrial logging magnate Sir Montgomery Ashford, Wrayth Manor is an ostentatious monument to a time gone by. Constructed for his late wife Lady Maria Ashford (nee Wrayth) twenty years after their arrival in Sim Nation from the Old Country, Monty wanted a house that would be the envy of everyone who stayed there; and for a time it was the grandest house Willow Creek.



Constructed with the latest in modern conveniences of the time including hot running water and a swimming pool, from all local resources (i.e. no custom content), the house was finally electrified in 1915. Sadly Sir Montgomery was also electrified that year and died leaving his entire estate to his son Edward. Alas despite the considerable family fortune, Edward lost the house in the great Sim City crash of '29, upon which it was auctioned to the Willow Creek Historical Society.

Now this celebrated piece of local history is back on the market following a nasty law suit brought against the town's pre-eminent historian; and it can belong to your lucky Sim (provided they have the enormous funds required to maintain it).





GROUND FLOOR



In true Victorian fashion, Wrayth Manor is a house built around the principles of entertaining and social etiquette, as such the ground floor comprises:
- Entrance Hall
- Parlour
- Library
- Anteroom
- East Gallery
- Morning Room
- Dining Room
- Ballroom
- Drawing Room
- Kitchen
- Pantry
- Scullery
- Lavatory



FIRST FLOOR



Wrayth manor boasts plenty of room for family and guests alike, the first floor comprising:
- Central Gallery
- Master Bedroom
- Dressing Room
- Shower Room
- Private Study
- Storage Closet
- Corner Bedroom (Twin)
- Tower Bedroom (Double)
- Garden Bedroom (Double)
- Blue Bedroom (Adjoining)
- Pink Bedroom (Adjoining)
- Shower Room (Shared)
- North Gallery
- Modesty Corridor
- Principle Bathroom
- Lavatory




SECOND FLOOR



Far away from the hustle and bustle of the reception rooms, family life can take precedence in the eaves of the house. The second floor comprises:
- Nursery
- Anteroom
- Solarium
- Gymnasium
- Secondary Bathroom
- Staff Quarters (Unfurnished)
- Attic Space
- Utility Closet


Lot Size: 50x50
Lot Price (furnished): 624,452
Lot Price (unfurnished): 199,987

Number of bedrooms: 5 or more
Custom Content Included: None
Furnishings: Fully Furnished
Special Flags: Not Applicable

You must have the expansion or stuff packs listed below installed to use this custom content. Please see the post text for any exceptions.

Sims 4
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Wrayth Manor.zip 340.4 KB 14,620 8th Feb 2015
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