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My first house - Harrison

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Nicely done! :thumb:

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Looks pretty good! I'd have loved that as a child. Lucky little ones who got that house!

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Just saw your other topic and that answered my question. :) so what will the third one be?

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I love the Harrison. Good choice.

My dream is to put the Glencroft and the Harrison together on a sprawling cobblestone street along with an Earth and Tree Nottingham across the street. I think I'll have to build a house to hold all my dreams. hahaha

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