Eurobricks Member Bart commented one of my previous MOCs (the first house in "village houses II") looked like the Liberty store in London. I had already been considering building a corner building with stone work on the second level, so the images of the liberty store solidified my plans. To pay homage to my inspiration, I named this MOC "Liberty Inn".
A close up of the tall corner section. Most of the better details are here.
A shot of the long side of the MOC. The entrance here is where you can see some big similarities to the Liberty store in London.
The short side of the MOC. There is no interior anywhere on the MOC, but I envisions part of the bottom level of this MOC being a tevern of sorts. As such, this would be were the tavern patrons would enter.
Backside of the MOC. Though there is no interior, the roof is designed to open to allow access inside.
A shot of the MOC with another village houses added on to see how it will look with other houses near by.
A parting shot of the dormers above the main entrance.
Simply beautiful. I don't how I have missed your work until now. Love the dated look you're able to achieve on these builds, and your knowledge of the limits that LEGO can be pushed to is rivaled by few. Well done.