The Ivey Nightclub is all official-like now, look at the queue-uh… things.
Upstairs is pretty much the same as before.
Floating pool and relaxing balcony included.
It now has a second dance floor, though! The old kids room…
You, can also get some coffee and something to eat if the dancing gets too much.
Downstairs is a bit more bar/lounge-y.
Bar and a view of the third dance floor.
Dance floor and impromptu band space.
Some games, too!
Onto greener pastures! …well, I’m not sure they’re all that green come to think of it. But this is Ivey Hills 4.
I guess, more specifically, it’s the Ivey Hills cemetery?
Complete with a mausoleum.
This will be the crypt of Iveys past!
Out back, there’s a secret passage~
This, of course, leads down to a secret vampire crypt (aka the basement).
Felipe & Aaron’s (and Ryland & Jenifer’s) sleeping quarters.
This is all hidden behind a not so suspicious basement bar, coming down from the main house.
Oh, yeah! Main house! This is… it.
It’s also why I shouldn’t be left unsupervised while building exteriors, and why you stick to a floor plan as a guide, kids!
It’s got a little studio apartment of sorts, for now…
Lexie’s bedroom with old family pictures… 🙂
This is a work in progress, and will be build upon as Lexie works on her future Mansion Baron aspiration. Hopefully with a floor plan!
The boys and babies are settling in nicely.
Lexie, meanwhile is out and about. She already saw what time had done to her great-great-something-or-other-grandmother’s park. This would be Iris Ivey’s starter hood. It seems to be thriving, and got some interesting occupants living there.
Tatum Ivey’s library. The tall building had plenty of visitors busy reading and studying.
Moving on to Ana Ivey’s gym. The lavish building was well-visited, a natural spot for the health nuts of Newcrest.
Kelsey Ivey’s bar. It wasn’t exactly business hours, but it seemed nice enough, Lexie thought.
Robyn Ivey’s middle class hood, and the old Ivey household at that. Lexie knocked on the door, but there was no answer.
Nelson Ivey’s museum. The building was massive, and had plenty of Nelson’s old paintings. Lexie was impressed.
Grandma London Ivey’s lounge.
Urgh, and the nightclub… Typical of her father to leave a ridiculous mark like this behind.
The Iveys had definitely built Newcrest, and now it was her time to shine. Her ancestors had left wonderful buildings behind, and she wouldn’t let her father and his endless parties tarnish the Ivey name!
She was going to build something amazing!