Fire Cottage

Once on the theme of the four primitive elements, having already completed an Earth and Water cottage, fire was the obvious next step.

This cottage is designed to be put on a mountain side and therefore is ideal for someone with basic terraforming skills who can integrate it into a mountain landscape.  I always imagined it on top of a hill, or embedded in the rocks of a mountainside – its two fire columns on the terrace guiding the weary traveller home to a secure, warm refuge.

Sitting on a terrace, overlooking land that you might have terraformed yourself, you might be entitled to a small moment of pride at what you have created.  That feeling of proud achievement is something everyone should experience every once in a while.

As a fully copyable cottage, you could even set a few up side by side for renting to others.

Also available as part of a multi-pack with the other elemental cottages (earth, air and fire).

Syn, April 2011

Price L$150

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  • Rez-faux packed for easy installation and positioning
  • Permissions: Copy/Mod/No-trans
  • Prims: 79
  • Surface Area: 18×10 sq m (house) + side steps up to the platform


  • 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
  • Outside fires on columns, with independent on/off touch control
  • Central control panel for access control, windows and fireplace
  • Independent permissions for who can use the controls and who can open locked doors


The cottage comprises a single room (10×10 sq m) with a fireplace as the central focal point.  There are two tintable windows and a double door out onto the terrace.  Steps from the terrace lead down to the ground.

This cottage needs some basic terraforming skills to install it properly.  If you don’t know how to do that then contact me and I will try to help you.

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 cottage (instructions here).

Published in: on May 3, 2011 at 10:27 pm  Comments Off on Fire Cottage  
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