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Hi everyone,

I’ve decided to list the full list of real life places and real life historical places that I’ve created in The Sims 4.

Recreated From Real Places[edit source]

  • The Crossoctagonal (Type: Residential) | (Architectural Style: Art-Deco, Cruciform, Real Life)
  • Periscope Hill (Type: Residential) | (Architectural Style: Art-Deco, Periscope, Real Life)
  • Contemporary Irony (Type: Residential) | (Architectural Style: Contemporary, Art-Deco, Post-Modern, Modern, Late 20th Century, 20th Century, 2000s, Real Life)
  • 7 Schottishe Strasse (Type: Residential) | (Architectural Style: Deutsch, Deutsch Terrace House, 1950s, Brick, Real Life) | (Address: CLICK HERE to see the location on Google Maps)
  • Lakeside Holiday Home (Type: Generic, Holiday Home) | (Architectural Style: Art-Deco, Modern, 1960s, Real Life)
  • The Frolic Farm (Type: Residential) | (Architectural Style: 17th Century, 1700s, 1600s, British, Victorian, Stonemasonry, Farmhouse, Real Life, British Grade I Unlisted)
  • 5 Arlington Street (Type: Residential, Apartment) | (Architectural Style: British, Brick, Edwardian, 17th Century, 1700s, 1721, Historical, Real Life, English-Heritage, British Grade I Listed) | (Address: CLICK HERE to see the location on Google Maps)
  • The Long Lines Building (Type: Generic, Governmental, Office Building, Government) | (Architectural Style: Brutalist, Concrete, Cladding, Post-Modern, 20th Century, 1930s, Real Life, Historical, Landmark) | (Notes: This building is based at 33 Thomas St, Lower Manhattan, New York City, Manhattan Is, NY, United States Of America., the building has no windows, the building is 550 feet tall, the building’s exterior is cladding and the building’s interior is concrete.) | (Address: CLICK HERE to see the location on Google Maps)
  • Belsay Hall (Type: Generic, Landmark) | (Architectural Style: Greek Revival, 17th Century, 1700s, British, Real Life, Historical, English-Heritage, British Grade II Listed, Limestone, Marble)
  • 8 Blondie Street (Type: Residential, Landmark, Movie Set) | (Architectural Style: 20th Century, American Colonial, Movie Set, Real Life, 1940s) | (Notes: This Movie Set was seen in loads of films including the Vacation films by National Lampoon. It’s the Griswold Family home in the film National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.)
  • The Jane (Type: Residential) | (Architectural Style: Lustron, Prefabricated, Prewar, Art-Deco, Post-Modern, Modern, Real Life, 20th Century, 1940s)

Recreated From Real Historical Places[edit source]

  • The Frolic Farm (Type: Residential) | (Architectural Style: 17th Century, 1700s, 1600s, British, Victorian, Stonemasonry, Farmhouse, Real Life, British Grade I Unlisted)
  • 5 Arlington Street (Type: Residential, Apartment) | (Architectural Style: British, Brick, Edwardian, 17th Century, 1700s, 1721, Historical, Real Life, English-Heritage, British Grade I Listed) | (Address: CLICK HERE to see the location on Google Maps)
  • Belsay Hall (Type: Generic, Landmark) | (Architectural Style: Greek Revival, 17th Century, 1700s, British, Real Life, Historical, English-Heritage, British Grade II Listed, Limestone, Marble)

References[edit source]

I really hope you all enjoy my lots and please let me know in the comments on what you think of them.

Warren Woodhouse | Blog | Talk | Videos | Quote: "It's a funny thing, ambition. It can take one to sublime heights or harrowing depths. And sometimes they are one and the same." - Quote By: Emily Kaldwin (Dishonored, video game) 08:31, April 24, 2020 (UTC)

Discussion[edit source]

Hey, some of these are pretty great. Good job - and thank you for sharing! ~ Beds (talk - blog) 16:37, May 4, 2020 (UTC)