French House Bedini

I once lived in a house like this for a few years in real life. It felt so nice to be there that I thought I would attempt to replicate the feeling for others within Second Life too.  You can certainly feel the Mediterranean sun on your skin when sitting out on the terrace.  Spend a few moments listening to the crickets whilst drinking red wine with your friends.

And yes, it really was a case of cross the yard to find the toilet!

It would be a great house to see installed on a hill next to the sea, surrounded by olive trees, mediterranean pines and cypresses.  When the weather was clear, I could see the Isle of Corsica. Such was life on the French Cote d’Azur.  What will you see from your terrace I wonder?

Syn, May 2011

Price L$800

Buy from the marketplace

Buy in-world


  • Rez-faux packed for easy installation and positioning
  • Permissions: Copy/Mod/No-trans
  • Prims: 210
  • Surface Area: 25×25 sq m


  • Bespoke scripted control systems
  • Access control and locking doors
  • Opening/closing shutters on all windows
  • 1 fireplace (4 settings – off, low, medium, high) with independent smoking chimney
  • Toilet with sit animation
  • Basin with hand-washing animation
  • Bench with sit animations
  • Central control panel for access control, shutters and fireplace
  • Independent permissions for who can use the controls and who can open locked doors


Mediterranean house built of bright old stones and wood.  The main entrance is through a porch, leading to one large room in two parts, seperated by an arch.  There is a large fireplace in the rear section of the room.  Stairs lead up to a mezzanine floor with a window overlooking the yard. There is a door out from the main room into the yard.  The yard is surrounded by a stone wall and contains an outbuilding housing the toilet and basin.

The yard and front of the house include a range of flower pots, filled with foliage typical of the region.  A wooden bench with sit animations is placed on the front porch.

The house should be installed lowered into the ground so that the outside steps are placed correctly on the ground.  There is a secret room in the house, but I’ll leave you to discover that for yourself.

Oh, and just in case you were wondering, Bedini was the name of the original French owner of the real life house.

The original ‘Bedini’ house in real life

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 9, 2011 at 12:08 am  Comments Off on French House Bedini  
%d bloggers like this: