Instead of my usual swimming pool in the backyard I decided to do something different this time and attempt a simple little stream emanating from a small waterfall at one end of the yard and running to the other end where it disappears beneath the Gazebo. I also have a yard care person who is almost through mowing the yard. There is a young couple sitting on one of the benches contemplating their destiny or some such thing and another couple getting a little action up in the Gazebo.
About this creation
An overall view of the backyard of the Tudor house.
This is a view of some of the rooms showing the tile floors that were installed. Other rooms didn't photograph well but do contain walls and tile floors but no furniture.
This is a view of the garage area showing a couple of Lego cars, passengers, and somebody talking to the driver of the mini car.
This is a closeup of the Gazebo and the young couple doing whatever it is you do in a Gazebo
This is a view of the backyard showing the little stream, waterfall and the lawn care guy finishing his mowing.
Another pic of the lawnmower guy.
Another view of the front of the house. It sure would be nice if Lego provided more earthtone plates so that a person could better imitate fieldstone which is usually multicolored sandstone.
Hi there, I just wanted to say what an amazing job you did. I saw all your lego houses, I love them all. They are all so cool and the outside of them are amazing and awesome. I can tell you spent alot of time on all of them. I am a big fan of you and yor lego creations. I am 17 years old but it is so nice to see adults who are lego builders as well. Makes me feel not immature. I love to build lego houses as well. I have a youtube with some of my lego houses on there, if you want to check them out. Google alek14p. Awesome job again. I hope to see more creations.
Milton, this is your most beautiful creation yet. Your fieldstone captures the random look that is a requirement of this kind of stone work. The shape of the home is perfect. All of your detailing is very well thought out as usual. Keep posting your wonderful creations. Regards, Eric.
Rita: The model was built on 7 32X32 mats plus 2 16X32 mats plus 2 16X32 Blue mats under the backyard stream which totaled the equivalent of 9 32X32 mats. That's about the limit of my Lego table. It covered the whole table from front to back by not quite all of the table from left to right. The table is about 4 feet deep and 5 feet wide.
Wow Milt, this is great!!! I love all of the different features that you've included. I love the waterfall, the gazibo, and the fieldstones on the front. The model looks quite large too - Can you please tell me how large it actually is? Keep up the good work!! I look forward to seeing more of your models.