Half-timber dwellings peppered throughout Europe conjure picturesque memories of winding avenues flanked with wood framing and filled with wattle and daub. These enchanting homes inspired by days past will blend in beautifully with the architecture of the Sims 4 Get Together world of Windenburg. Each home is custom content free and available for download in the Gallery. Enjoy!
1. Medieval Starter by Donsvlinder, §17,544
This adorable starter home has a classic structure that saves space with an exterior staircase. The first floor has a living area and eat-in kitchen. The second floor includes a bedroom with easel and bathroom. Two garden planters in the back garden are great for the budding gardener, and the side patio has a little seating area.
2. Old German Cozy House by GrzegorzUrbaniak, §56,472
With three enchanting stories, this home is just right for a couple or single Sim. The first floor is the kitchen, the second floor is the living area with a seating area and television and the third floor is the bedroom and bathroom. The back garden has two benches with beautiful landscaping that rings this adorable home.
3. Medieval Home by Kalaida-Simpson, §78,095
Live your renaissance romance in this two story home that hearkens to days past. The first floor is an open floor plan with eat-in kitchen and room divider partitioned bathroom area. The second floor includes a living area with bookcase and easel plus a bedroom. The garden is ready for entertaining with a campfire, barbecue and picnic table. Several garden planters wait to be planted.
4. Medieval House 1 (v2) by SimDels, §83,487
This cozy yet efficient home has everything your Sim needs to build skills and live well. The first floor has an eat-in kitchen, campfire, single bed, a separate half bath with bathtub and sink, and a patio with workbench. The second floor is the master bedroom with a desk and bookcase. The basement includes an easel, art storage and punching bag as well as a toilet room. The front garden has a carved guitar, garden planters and swimming pool.
5. Historic Haven by Zukidook, §88,332
A lovely landscaped stone abode with an interesting footprint, this home is filled with the necessities of living. The first floor has a living area with bookcase and easel, and a kitchen. The second floor is the bedroom with a seating area, bookcase and bathroom. The grounds have lots of room for adding outdoor entertaining space and garden planters.
6. La Lierre by Kulthero777, §130,617
La Lierre translates to The Ivy, which this beautiful home is draped in. The first floor has a living room with television, kitchen, dining room, mud room and half bathroom. The second floor has a landing with computer, bookcase and easel, a bathroom, nursery with cradle, child’s room and master bedroom with en suite bath. The outbuilding includes a workbench, chess board, weight bench, punching bag and jukebox. The back garden hosts a swimming pool and garden planters as well as a patio with a barbecue and dining set.
7. Dinan French Medieval by yoda65, §152,920
A courtyard and well are the crowning jewels of this medieval treasure. The first floor has a sitting room with television and bookcase, eat-in kitchen and half bathroom. The second floor has a child’s room, master bedroom and bathroom. The courtyard is accessible from both floors and includes a barbecue, picnic table and garden planters with a campfire just outside of the fence. The basement has a small wishing well, easel, art storage, workbench, child’s chemistry set and bathroom.
8. Driftwood Cottage by AngelIntrigue, §156,815
A home with wonderful whimsy, the first floor of this home is a kitchen with a barbecue, just outside the back door, and seating outside. The second floor includes a bathroom and a living area with a bookcase, computer, stereo and television. The basement houses a bedroom, bathroom, master bedroom with en suite bath and a workroom with workbench, easel and art storage. The garden is charming with planters, fountain and a campfire surrounded by a bounty of beautiful flowers.
9. Charming Tudor by lilie1311, §165,657
A quaint home with traditional amenities and capricious roof line, Charming Tudor is true to its namesake. The front fence opens to a tranquil pond and fountain with comfy seating sprinkled throughout the grounds. The first floor includes a sitting room with bookcase, bathroom and an eat-in kitchen. The second floor has a landing with desk and computer, master bedroom, child’s room, bathroom and art room with easel, bookcase and art storage. The grounds include a chess board, horse shoes, workbench and campfire.
10. Resurrected Pearl by GulaCykeln, §188,832
A step back in time, this home of many buildings has been renovated into one all inclusive home. The first floor, first building, has a sitting room with bookcase and fireplace. The second building holds the eat-in kitchen and the third building has a home office with computers, easel and bookcase. The second floor, first building, has a living area with television, chess board and bookcases. The second building has a guest bedroom with en suite bath, and the third building has two children’s rooms with Jack and Jill bathroom. The third floor, first building, has the master bedroom with en suite bath, and the third building has an exercise room with treadmill, yoga mat, television and a sauna room. The grounds include a campfire, barbecue, picnic table and garden with lots of planters eager to be planted.