Hazelnutter100’s Very British Suburban Nightmare Home

We like Hazelnutter100. She posts up these very atypically British looking lots over at Mod The Sims (yes, we know…)

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Now that may not mean much to y’all in North America, but trust us, when you’ve gone through as many custom content sites across the Simmerverse of identikit Americana homes of the Ludwig Mies van der Rohe school of little boxes all made out of ticky-tacky and all looking equally as blandly shit, a good dose of British neo-wattle and daub comes as a blessed relief.

(Especially the porches. Seriously, what the F**K is the deal with you lot in North America and your obsession with bloody porches? Even your bloody trailer homes have them!)

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And so to Hazelnutter100’s 1930’s detached, around which an entire nation’s culture have been based around.

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With the obligatory pocket handkerchief front and back lawns with ‘room for my tomatos’ and garden shed (the shed! Hazelnutter100, you f**king genius!), Hazelnutter100 has nailed that stereotypical morsel of property generations have put themselves in thralldom to their local bank manager to buy on the expectation of it being an investment in the future to be sold for the retirement bungalow by the sea.

(The bungalow by the sea! Ewmahgawd! Hazelnutter100, you’ve just got to do that one next!)

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She’s even put the obligatory extention around the back – what ho! The setting for generations of crappy sit-coms and early evening dramas, of real live lovable middle class eccentrics and hobby serial killers alike. The cradle of our nation of petty bourgeoisie reactionaries – by jingo it brings a tear to the eyes.

This is the home that made Britain what it is today – and it serves you all bloody well right!

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Well anyway, if you’re interested, here’s where to go.

Go on, you know you want to!

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