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San Francisco Victorian House

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This is our first in a series of San Francisco houses. This Victorian style house was modeled after several houses in San Francisco. It has a garage, with working door, and a workshop on the lower level. There is a kitchen and a foyer on the middle floor and upstairs there is a bedroom and bathroom. You can see more pictures in this video:

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San Francisco Victorian House - Lego Modular Building #1 by BrickCityDepot, on Flickr

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San Francisco Victorian House - Lego Modular Building #4 by BrickCityDepot, on Flickr

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San Francisco Victorian House - Lego Modular Building #5 by BrickCityDepot, on Flickr

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San Francisco Victorian House - Lego Modular Building #6 by BrickCityDepot, on Flickr

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Another excellent modular from you 'Brickcitydepot', cute plate trick to show a quilt turned over at the pillows ! :wink:

Great workshop....in fact very clever designing to pack all your common living spaces in two floors. :sweet:

Brick On 'Brickcitydepot' ! :sweet:

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The colour scheme of the house is really nice! matching throughout.

Forever obssessed with facade, i like your detailed exterior!

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Well, what can I say? Another great house with great interior :thumbup:

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Lovely house brickcitydepot. The interior is fantastic, but I really like basement with garage default_classic.gif

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That is a handsome looking house. Very stylish.

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Great work again - I especially like the idea of a garage (with a workspace) on the ground floor, and your usual lovely interiors. The bay window and the colours are also very nice - there's a very high standard on the things you do :)

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Wow! Inspired! And I can actually buy the instructions, most wonderful of all!

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Another great house! San Franciscan houses are great inspiration models for buildings, as you clearly demonstrated. What I like the most, is how you managed to put everything in, from kitchen, bathroom, stairs from the garage and a bedroom. Excellent job! :thumbup:

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Thanks for the comments guys. I had fun building this one and I am almost done with another 16 wide San Fran house.

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The colour scheme of the house is really nice! matching throughout.

Forever obssessed with facade, i like your detailed exterior!

Me too! Exteriors obviously make the set when it's a building. And this really screams SF. From the garage, to the stairs and bay window(great for looking out at the Pacific and/or the Wharf).

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This guy is great, the space conservative floors are great, and so is the master bedroom/ bathroom combo. I'll have to blog this, but wait a little, you've got a few already posted this week! :tongue::blush:

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I saw this and thought how much it looked like a house in San Francisco and that was before I saw the models name! :laugh: lovely interiors too.

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You really have done yet another great modular. It really captures the San Francisco feel with the skinniness, the windows, and the roofing style. :wub:

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