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This house was not really a house when I first built it, it was supposed to be Quints shop from Jaws, and was much smaller. I then increased the size to make it into a pirate tavern. I even had a dock for my two pirate ships. But when I dismantled a portion of it to rebuild my Castle into a Clone Wars Republic base, it was out of commission. On a side note, I have recently restored it back to the pirate tavern. You can see here how the kitchen has a hinged counter, the remnants of the bar. The table has a large chair for where the captain would have sat. This building has gone through many changes including being overgrown in Lego foliage. Where the high-tech bedroom is there was supposed to be a meeting table. And the balcony would have held nice little ferns or plants. The main inner part was full of tables. Also, I'm sorry about the color scheme, but I don't have enough Legos to make it all one color.
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  May 1, 2009
Cool! Wish I had that many windows. An Easy thing to do to make the colours look better is seperate where each colour goes so It looks like a funky paint job rather than rainbow.
  April 28, 2009
Good build. But would look better if was only one or two colors.
 
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