Little Farm

Have you ever dreamt of living on a farm?  Well here is one way to set foot on the path to fulfilling that dream.  A small two room farm with old wooden walls, thatched roof and cozy places to relax, work and socialise.  Sit on the fresh bales of hay, the barrels or the bench. Water the vegetables in the garden from the outside tap.  All you need now is a corn field or a meadow with some horses and cows.

Syn, May 2011

Price L$750

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Specification

  • Rez-faux packed for easy installation and positioning
  • Permissions: Copy/Mod/No-trans
  • Prims: 177
  • Surface Area: 20×25 sq m

Features

  • Bespoke scripted control systems
  • Access control and locking doors
  • Window tinting (0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%) for privacy
  • Fireplace (4 settings – off, low, medium, high) with smoking chimney
  • Central control panel for access control, windows and fireplace
  • Bench, barrels and hay bales with sit animations
  • Tap with various water styles (on/off, dripping, flowing)
  • Independent permissions for who can use the controls and who can open locked doors

Description

The farm has two rooms, separated by a short flight of stairs.  The main, lower, room has a large fireplace, bookshelf and never-ending burning candle.  The front of the house looks out over a vegetable garden with a little stable off to the side.  There are barrels and hay bales in the stable to sit on.  A wooden bench provides a quiet spot under a tree, which itself provides a natural awning over the entrance to the house.  The garden hints at activity whilst at the same time provides a calm, peaceful ambience.  The house has a thatched roof.

Additional Notes

Please be aware that I use sculpted prims in this build.  You may need to have your level-of-detail turned up in order to fully appreciate this house (instructions here).

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