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EM3-FLW Welbie Fuller House
Published May 29, 2011

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Created for: The Sims 3

The Welbie L. Fuller house was built in Pass Christian, Mississippi in 1951. Located near the beach the home is elevated on concrete pillars and had a very Usonian appearance. This 2BR/2BA home featured a small guest house seperated by a large elevated deck. This home was destroyed on 8/17/1969 by the tidal surge of category 5 Hurricane Camille.

Credits: Custom seats by Pinecat and windows by Denizzo_ist. Thank you!


Short URL: http://www.thesimsresource.com/downloads/1076790

ItemID: 1076790

Revision: 2


  • Price Unfurnished: 87277
  • Price Furnished: 135471
  • Furnished: Fully
  • Decorated: Throughout
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Stories: 3
  • Lot Size: 20x50

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#1ErikMesa1179VIPMay 28, 2011

This was a very fun house to make although the source material was very limited. With the exception of the upper two floorplans and two exterior pictures from my Frank Lloyd Wright Companion book (it features all of his constructed buildings) I didn't have alot to work on. I found a color picture on a website so I was able to try and match the colors. Otherwise it's mostly a best guess. This looks like a great house for the beach and must've really been something. The seperate guest house isn't a common Wright feature nor is elevating the entire house like this. With my version I've slightly enlarged all the rooms to make them sim-livable and I've added a small laundry room on the main floor. Otherwise I've tried to maintain accuracy. Sadly this unique Wright home was destroyed in 1969 by the tidal surge brought ashore by the category 5 Hurricane Camille which ravaged the area and killed over 200 people. I hope you enjoy my version of this unique house. By ErikMesa.

#2cooneyMay 29, 2011

\:D \:wub\: \:rah\: \:wub\: \:D

#3PralinesimsMay 30, 2011



very  cute! i love it!

#4okamifan1Nov 23, 2012

Wish Camille hadn't destroyed the thing

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