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Canadian Shield House . A lovely house with a view in the Canadian shield . Hey guys! Back with something new, otherwise there would've been no little picture of something cool to click on. Anyways, I must say to start that this is one of best things I've ever made (if I do say so myself). It is the first basement house I've done since my early early days. Like when I was 8 early. Yeah, that's like 9 years ago. So I feel I've gotten a bit better since then. I apologize that some of the pictures are different dimensions. I am also sorry if they are bad quality. I'm testing my phone camera on these. Here's the outside. This whole thing started with a sketch and it was of a house with that doorway. The picture had that geometric doorway and the windows surrounding it. It also had that little jut out thing. The basement is one of my favorite areas. It has tree areas: the rec area, the bathroom, and a bedroom. I hate to admit that the pool table is a modified version of the detective office one that I made with instructions online. :( The walk-in shower and bookshelves ate mine though, if you can find them. Next is the main floor with an open concept (HGTV would be proud) kitchen and living room with a sort of breakfast bar. The spiral staircase leads to the upper floor (as you might have guessed) and in the corner is a small kids room with bunk beds built into the wall. Tilt your head for the sideways picture. Next is the second floor, with a master bedroom, bathroom, and viewing area, this house is truly a house with a view. I realize these pictures are in a different format but I've spent so long on here already just trying to get my page to work so... And finally, the rest of the outside: I honestly love how this turned out and it was so much fun to build. Thankfully much smaller than my aquarium and also more sturdy. Hope y'all enjoyed! Don't be afraid to comment! God bless! -Winnjetbrick


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