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The Large House . This house, built on four extra-large baseplates, is a pleasant addition to any minifig neighbourhood. . This house took two months to build (although half of that time was just waiting for the roof tiles and grass to arrive) but was an absolute joy to create. It is complete with an in-ground swimming pool, a fish pond, and a double-car garage. Many thanks go to my fiance who designed and built the roof. The front entryway features an awning and nearby mailbox. The view from the back shows the terrace and a small second-story balcony. This side view shows the second-story glass-block bathroom window and the row of coniferous trees lining the narrow side of the lot. This view from the opposite side shows off the side entrance, double driveway, and family SUV. Here we can see the double-car garage with its stonework facade and sliding doors. This side view of the garage shows the door, window detail, and walk-way to the main house. Looks like the kids left their bikes out again! The flowers are all in bloom, adding a cheerfulness to the house. The gardener seems more than a little upset to find a duck having lunch in the fish pond. The pool was designed to give the impression of both shallow and deep ends. The gardener's work truck features a built-in rack for tools and ample room for moving equipment. Designing a lawnmower to minifig scale that didn't look bulky definitely taxed my brain for a bit, but I'm pleased with the result. The barbecue and patio furniture were fun to make and help give the house an authentic lived-in feel. What better way to supervise the kids in the pool than by sitting nearby enjoying a croissant and beverage? Thanks for taking the time to view this house, which has been my most ambitious project to date!


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