511 Kincaid Street

December 4th, 2004


Unlike its real life counterpart, this kitchen is good-sized and has plenty of counter space. It also has a dishwasher which the original kitchen was lacking (seriously, it had no dishwasher, can you believe it?). Above the sink is a "pass-thru" window to the breakfast bar (which can't be seen in this picture) in the family room.

Family Room

This picture was taken from the breakfast bar looking back into the main part of the room. Not shown are the stereo and the TV, but be assured they are there.


This is the office/playroom but it could also be converted into a third bedroom or nursery if you so desire.

Master Bedroom

And now we come to the master bedroom. It's rather small for a master bedroom (i.e. an armoire will never fit in here) but it gets the job done.

Master Bathroom

Of course a master bedroom needs a master bathroom, so here it is. In real life, this bathroom was the only bathroom in the house. It's a really good thing that my sister and I weren't teenagers in this house.

Kids' Bedroom

The biggest bedroom belongs to the kids, but only because they have to share. Not shown in this picture is a dresser, which is in back of the camera.


Moving on to the backyard… I always wanted a playhouse, but we never had one (besides the big washing machine boxes that my sister and I converted into cardboard houses). I loved those fancy playhouses that I've seen in the pages of Victoria magazine and decided to add one to this house.

Playhouse Interior

As you can probably tell, this playhouse is geared more toward little girls' sensibilities, but it can easily be redecorated into a fort for little boys as well.


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23 Responses to “511 Kincaid Street”

  1. Jessy says:

    :!:The playhouse is soooo pretty!:!:

  2. Leslie says:

    :shock: WHOA! I LOVE THAT HOUSE! It's so pretty. I am going to download it right now! :lol:

  3. darkmagic3111 says:

    I luv the house!:mrgreen:. im gunna downlode it right now:!: and i am sad you havent updated anything :cry: i have taken to know all the families and grown to know and love them. so can you try? pleeeaaase.

  4. Lani says:

    That is a gorgeous house. I am thinking I am going to download it. Thanks! Oh, and have a fab weekend. :wink:

  5. Jen says:

    I love it! The playhouse is adorable. I miss your stories, too, but it sounds like you're having fun playing World of Warcraft, so I'll just have to be patient. ;-)

  6. chattykathy says:

    your house is very popular, Kara! i am going to download it as well, because out all the houses i've downloaded, not one of them came with a playhouse in the backyard. i love it! and it really suits a little girl very well. i'm going to have to create a special family that gets to live in it. i can't wait to see who will live in it. i have a guess, but i'll wait until you post your next story. don't rush with the updates. i'm pretty lull on my end, too… :)

  7. Janice says:

    aw cute house! I never manage to lanscape my houses I just suck at lanscaping :p I want that house too! it's a good sized family home. and it comes with a play house! I never thought of adding that, it's a really cool idea

  8. Kara says:

    I'm so glad everyone is enjoying the house! Thank you! :mrgreen: I'm working on another house too. The walls have been raised but I still have the landscaping and decorating to do, which seems to take forever. Hopefully, I'll have it done by the end of the week.

    Kathy, I'll give you a hint as to who will be moving into it: The Sims who will be living there aren't old enough to move into it yet.

  9. Janice says:

    Awesome house. The playhouse is definitely a very interesting addition. Did the playhouse come as is, or did you have to design that at well? Is there a way to take screenshots inside of it? I'm intrigued to take a peek inside.

    By the way, I just had to chuckle when I read this line, "It also has a dishwasher which the original kitchen was lacking (seriously, it had no dishwasher, can you believe it?)" Growing up in an Asian family, our dishwasher was just a nice big dishrack. The only time we ever really used it if there was a huge dinner party. And even then, we had to "pre-wash" the dishes before loading them into the dishwasher. :mrgreen:

  10. simister says:

    :smile: nice house. I'm always having problems making my houses enjoyable to look at.I'm seriously thinking of getting house building books!! Love the playhouse. Great idea.

  11. chattykathy says:

    Janice – I'm asian, too (actually, I'm Filipino) and growing up, our dishwasher was just a big ol' dishrack, too. To this day, I still handwash everything. I've used the dishwasher a few times, but it's original the house and a few years back, it spent its last life. I just haven't had the time (or the money) to buy a new one.

  12. heidi says:

    Awesome house! I'm going to download it too :) I'll even be sure to rate it for you.

    I spent some of the weekend working on a house but I'm not done furnishing it so it's not ready for download. I have an extra building behind the house that I haven't decided what to do with yet. I've thought a bar area for the back (there's a small pool and hot tub nearby), a guest house, or a gallery or hobby area. Next to this area I also decided to put a very nice garden complete with green house.

    It's fun to think of all of the extra stuff you can put on your lot that's not a part of the house itself.

  13. Lauren says:

    Adorable house. My daughter would love this style home. I'm going to download it for her. I wish you had somewhere to post a little about WOW. Many of my AC2 friends have left for play WOW. I'm on hiatus from AC2 playing TS2 but thinking about trying WOW.

  14. Madison says:

    Your stories are so amazing. Love the house, never thought to make a play house. Great Idea! Much Lurve Madison XOXO

  15. Kim Struble--The Sis says:

    Oh, sis! This is amazing…though much roomier and more "now" decor than our other one. I love the tile by the front door and kitchen…its close to the original (I remember, cuz I always had to wash it). The Blue Den/Playroom is perfect! I love how all the funiture and placement of fixtures is set up like the original! I always wanted a playhouse too, and I love that it matches the house. Too fun–Love you!

  16. coolguy says:

    :wink:so you think you can hide things from me huh?:wink:well i think not!for i know all!!

    ok not really:wink:

  17. Becca says:

    I'm sorry about your comp dying, that sucks!!! I just wanted to let you know that this house is beautiful and I love your stories, they're very amusing!

  18. Mezza says:

    This is such a nice house! :smile: I'm really bad at building houses, lol, and it was a really good idea to put in a playhouse! Why didn't I think of that…

  19. C.D.A says:

    Wow, beautiful house. The playhouse was a cute idea, and I love the entrance room. I haven't gotten Sims 2 yet (expecting it for Christmas) but I'm probably going to download the house when I get it.

  20. Root Beer Addict says:

    Where's all the root beer?!!? :mad: Oh yeah, by the way, cool house. I really like the playhouse. You could use it to store root beer…:smile:

  21. Lynda says:

    I'm sorry about your computer problems – that sucks!

    I just downloaded this house and I LOVE it so far. :) The landscaping is beautiful and I hope the gardener can keep up with it. :)

    I had to make a few changes – the counters in the living room with the bar stools had to go because Sims seem to only want to pick up plates to clean them from BEHIND the counter which was blocked by a wall. I moved the stereo and table/lamp over to that wall and put a bar on the other side. I also had to delete the dining room table for some reason – the sims didn't want to put any servings down on the two far right seats. I have no idea why.

    I so wish I could build houses this beautiful and functional. Great job!

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