During the 19th and early 20th century, many country houses in the Netherlands and Germany where build in a neoclassical style. So was Dutchie's Villa Utrecht, it's foundation laid around 1850. Age and former owners brought many changes over the years, to both exterior and interior, but the villa kept it's beauty and grandeur. It's most remarkable feature: the facade with the large steps and many hatches facing the street side, the display of status and wealth to anyone who passing by.
Rooms and animations
Villa Utrecht has 4 floors and hides 19 different animations inside the steps and windows.
Downstairs: living room, dining room, library, kitchen, hallway and conservatory.
Upstairs: master bedroom, guest bedroom, laundry room, bathroom, hallway. 3x8 animations in the deep windows on the front side.
Cellar with lockable room for keeping supplies.
Front steps with 4 times 10 animations.
Back steps with 1 animation.
Furnished or unfurnished
The house comes in 2 versions, furnished or unfurnished. The unfurnished version has the land impact of 508 prims. The furnished house has the land impact of 1280 prims. Buyers of the furnished version get a 20 percent discount on the house and furniture combined. The house is mod and copy, 99 percent mesh and materials have been applied in some areas.
A video of the house can be viewed at Treet.tv
More pictures of the writing desk and the chaise longue will come later.
Come see them yourself!
Dutchie's Villa Utrecht is only available at the Home & Garden Expo
for the duration of the event.
Adult versions of the writing desk with chair and the French chaise longue are available at Dutchie adult.