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About this creation
I have been absent from MOCpages for a long time. I am still an AFFOL though, I have not entered into my Dark Ages. I am just never home where my LEGO is because I'm in college so I haven't built anything in a long time. I am staying in my college town for the summer to take classes to get ahead in my major so I still can't build with my actual LEGO. However, now that it's summer and I'm not taking a full load of classes like I was during the school year, I do have time to build something on LDD on my computer occasionally. One of my classes that I'm taking right now actually can be applied to MOCpages because we're learning about Markup Languages like HTML and I can use it while creating pages. It's a math class so besides basic HTML we're learning how to type things like integral signs using MathML (note: MathML only works in Firefox and Chrome unless you have an add-on enabled in Internet Explorer or Safari):


Since I am learning HTML, I plan to use it to make my pages on here look better in the future.

Now, on to the actual MOC.

I actually started building this house back in November but then I didn't start working on it again until last week because I got really busy because of my first week of college finals and then second semester because I was taking a full load of classes. I worked on this house all of last week, taking my time, and trying to put as much detail into it as possible. It is my most ambitious LDD creation so far and I'm very happy with how it turned out.

The Inside of the House

First floor


Couch and coffeetable

Flatscreen TV


Armchair, small table, and lamp

Stove and cabinets in the kitchen

Refrigerator, sink, and cabinets

Bush and heat register

Kitchen table

Front entryway with closet and rug

Stairs to second floor

First floor bathroom

Sink and cabinets

Toilet and heat register

Furnace in garage

Door from garage to the first floor

Second floor

One of the kid's bedrooms

Bed, trading cards, nightstand, lamp, and heat register

Dresser and trophy

Toy box

Radio and teddy bear

The other kid's bedroom

Bed, teddy bear, nightstand, and lamp

Toy box and heat register

Dresser, trophy, and radio

Laundry room

Washer (left), dryer (right), and laundry basket

Sink and heat register


Master bedroom and bathroom

Bed, nightstand, and lamp

Computer and heat register

Dresser and door to bathroom

Sink, mirror, and cabinets

Toilet and heat register

Shower doors


Kid's bathroom

Toilet and heat register

Sink, drawers, and mirror


Stairs to first floor

The outside of the house

One side of the house

The back of the house

Another side of the house

The minifigs with a dog and a cat

Mailbox at the end of the driveway

Outdoor water faucet

Front door and doorbell


Garden and trees

Shed with garbage, recycling, and yard waste bins


Dog house

Apple tree

Basketball hoop

Backdoor with another outdoor water faucet

Back patio


Garage door


Aerial View

And just for fun, the house being blown up in view mode

Other LDD Creations

Over the last 10 months or so when I was absent from MOCpages, when I was bored, I sometimes tried building an old LEGO set on LDD using instructions from the internet, I might make a post of all of them if anyone's interested, but bear in mind that these are not my own creations. Building these were useful in learning where all of the pieces were in LDD though because they used a diverse assortment of pieces. Here's just a few of them:

375 Yellow Castle

The lizard from 4101 Wild Collection (I actually own this set)

4492 Star Destroyer

4996 Beach House (I actually own this set)

6071 Forestman's Crossing (my older cousin has this set but it doesn't have all of the pieces)

Building these and other sets also helped me learn how to use all of the tools in LDD which helps a lot when I build my own creations on LDD like this house. Besides being useful in familiarizing myself with LDD, it was kind of fun building sets that I've never gotten to build with actual LEGO bricks like the Yellow Castle.

I hope you enjoyed my first MOC in 10 months, hopefully it won't be another 10 months before I post again. When I go home in a little over a month, I'm going to try to make time to build something with actual LEGO pieces so I'll probably post something then, if not before.


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  July 28, 2014
Nice house! You have really thought of everything, i like the bathroom and the laundry machines. Nice idea! I also like the garden, nice details with the dog house and tool shed :-)
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  July 24, 2014
I really like how realistic and functional your house is, it s a sure thing you re not wasting your time doing those, you continually improve, nicely done!
Kayla .
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Graeme Straughn
  July 1, 2014
Very cool! Love the different rooms! Great build! Now if only we had unlimited parts... :D
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  June 29, 2014
Welcome back! I like this house a lot, especially the inside. There are a lot of cool details, kitchen is my favourite part of house. Also the backyard is very interesting, I love that trees.
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  June 29, 2014
Lots of detail, nice build. I've never had the patience for LDD.
Kayla .
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Graeme Straughn
  June 28, 2014
Very cool! Love the detail, even if its LDD. ;) Great work! Keep it up!
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  June 28, 2014
That's amazing! I love all the details! Very good job Kayla!
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  June 28, 2014
Nice house, it's large and has some good detail both inside and out. There aren't that many advanced techniques in play but it's still a good build. Anyway, is it safe to assume that you are at WSU Pullman? I go to school at WSU-Tri Cities myself, and I think you are the first fellow Cougar I've seen on MOCpages.
  June 28, 2014
Nicely detailed. It's a well thought-through build. Cheers!
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