Package 4 - House, a family, skins, more objects, walls, and floors
"The Country Clubber came in four versions, all with the same floorplan. It was the largest house Levitt built, almost twice as large (and twice as expensive) as The Levittowner. It featured 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms on the main floor plus an expansion attic. In addition to the features shared by all Levitt homes, this house featured complete air conditioning by CARRIER."
This installment includes a family of 8 and is so large it needs to be broken down into 4 zips!
Springfield 1. zip includes Walls ad Floors
Springfield 2. zip includes many objects
Springfield 2B. zip includes even more objects!
Springfield 3. zip includes the Family, House (bundled together as a FAM file) and all of the skins needed for them.
As with each installment the previous installments are required.
Also recommended (but not included) is NPC Grand, an all purpose NPC found in the People Page zip. The Springfields do start out with the maid service already active, but he is much more helpful, efficient and theme-appropriate.
Meet the Springfields
Dexter Springfield is a salesman for Pennsylvania Chemical. Nothing makes Dexter happier than having lots of people around, so every autumn he invites his mother and father from upstate New York to come and stay through the entire winter holiday season.
Warm and friendly, Kitty Springfield welcomes her in-laws with open arms and a cozy guestroom. While her mother-in-law presents a rather stern exterior, Kitty senses that the ice has melted considerably since their first meeting almost a decade ago.
Mrs. Springfield (sr.) is a veritable wellspring of unsolicited advice on running what she calls "a thoroughly neat and proper household". Nobody knows better than she what makes her "little Dexter" happy! Lately Mrs. Springfield has been nursing a suspicion that Cornelia Goth is sweet on her husband.
Mr. Springfield (sr.) is getting a little forgetful in his old age; the other day he showed up for breakfast wearing his underwear on the outside of his pants, much to the delight of the children. Affectionately known as "Ol' Pa", he loves to tell jokes whether or not they include a punchline.