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Suburban House
My sister wouldn't let me borrow ANY of her roof tiles, and I have never gotten a house, so this is the product of finding out i have WAY too many grey 1x2 tiles.
About this creation


A pretty flower garden.



The gravel path. I hardly had enough pieces for this.



The fence that opens.



A lone weed in the yard. :)



My awesome plant desing. How did I make it you say?



Here's how. Lol.



Evenly spaced trees to block the fraternity next door.



Other side, with climbing ivy.



More ivy. I like this ivy better. Note the water spicket.



The roof, of course, is removable.



Floor plan.



The kitchen. (left to right) Toaster, counter top, sink, stove (mmm... frog legs), and oven.



The cabinet underneath opens. You can't tell with the crappy lighting, but the condiments inside are (right to left) ketchup, mustard, and an eerie glowinthedark substance. Ew.



Tasty frog.



Every table in the house has a view!



I don't have an analog clock piece, so I added a portrait. Odd piece, I know.



The bedroom. The bed is modeled after my bed, except my pillow is orange too.



Filing cabinet, desktop computor (design goes to Peter), hard drive, and an alarm clock idea I had. Drop the lever to detonate, I mean snooze. (whew..)



The bed. In case you can't tell, I LOVE orange.



And of course, all the walls come out. (What house would be complete without that?)



A better view of the bedroom.



Easier to see the floor plan here.



A welcome mat.




I had over 100 of those tiles I used for the roof, but I easily got 96 more from Bricklink. I love LEGO landscaping, but I can never practically use it, so I made a house, after arguing with my sister over roof tiles. I thinks it came out pretty good, save for the side of the roof. I tried jamming small parts in there, but it made it look uglier. Meh.



Comments

 I made it 
  June 1, 2011
Quoting Mauricio Vollu Rosa I loved the roof and the removable walls!Excellent!
Thanks! I appreciate the support!
 I like it 
  June 1, 2011
I loved the roof and the removable walls!Excellent!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2011
A Steve Proof Wall? OH NO! Well, for diving in and building this custom house without access to your sister's bricks, I think you did a great job. Although I'm not partial to eating frog ( XP ), I know some cultures regard the little green guys as a delicacy.
Steve The Squid
 I like it 
Mark E
  May 17, 2011
Great MOC. The only thing needed here is more comments. And thanks for making me a fav
 I made it 
  May 17, 2011
Quoting Mark E Great MOC. The only thing needed here is more comments. And thanks for making me a fav
Thanks and you're welcome i suppose! And about the comments, I simply cannot get noticed. It's like there's a steve-proof wall on MocPages! (hint hint)
 
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