Hampton Hall
Sims 3 — Hampton Hall by Zutafen — Hampton Hall is a moderately sized country villa in a regency style. The accommodation

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Hampton Hall is a moderately sized country villa in a regency style. The accommodation provided across the three floors is impressively spacious and bright, with tall sash windows and beautiful period details. On the first and second floors are six large rooms which could be put to whichever purpose is required. The dining room, large kitchen, reception hall and master bedroom are fully furnished, along with a bathroom, meaning that this property could be put to immediate use whilst the rest of the house is developed. This would make an excellent backdrop for storytelling or legacies.

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  • Price Unfurnished: 168799
  • Price Furnished: 205568
  • Furnished: Partly
  • Decorated: Throughout
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Stories: 3
  • Lot Size (z): 40
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There are 12 comments on this article

LaceyLeerik ∙ Mar 7, 2016

I'm so excited to use this for my legacy challenge. #SavingUpFunds

tsholic ∙ Nov 10, 2012

thank you, zutafen \:\)

lionesslee ∙ Jul 2, 2011

good job thank you

katalina ∙ Apr 14, 2011

Always well thought out architecture, welcome back!

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