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In The Sims FreePlay, your Sim's residence is an important part of the game. There, they can eat, sleep, play, learn, garden, etc. Your Sims can move in together, start families, and visit one another when they aren't busy. 

You will begin the game with a single Sim in a pre-built house, but once you get started you'll be able to clear vacant lots and custom-build brand new homes for your Sims-- or you can purchase pre-designed "theme" houses (often fully-furnished!) using Simoleons or♙Lifestyle Points. Each cleared lot or newly built house will increase the property value of your town.

Please keep in mind that, like businesses and corporations, the cost to build homes increases as your number of residences, Sims, and game level increases.

Types of Housing Edit

There are two types of housing to consider when you're ready to start building your Sim's dream home: the Standard Residence or the Premium Residence. Edit

The home that you begin the game with is located on one of the "standard" lots, which are smaller and much cheaper to build on than the 'premium' lots. However, 'premium' lots are significantly larger than the 'standard' lots (twice as big) and you have much more room to build-- and they are beach-front property, which means building on them increases your town's value much more than if you build on a smaller lot. All of the standard lots are one story, while premium can be 3 stories. 

Standard Residence Edit

  • Unfurnished Studio
  • Furnished Townhouse
    Housetypes

    A list of the houses.

  • One Bedroom Home (Family Home in old version)
  • Japanese Retreat
  • Neo Tokyo
  • Mansion
  • Empty Lot
  • The Sanctuary
  • Dark Secret
  • Geek Heaven
  • Pro Skater's Dream Pad
  • Medieval Castle
  • Sim Cinema
  • Designer's Home
  • Player Designed House
  • Sci-Fi Shuttle
  • Scandanavian House
  • Renovator's Dream

Premium Residence Edit

  • Unfurnished Studio
  • Furnished Townhouse
  • One Bedroom Home (Family Home in old version)
  • Japanese Retreat
  • Neo Tokyo
  • Mansion
  • The Sanctuary
  • Dark Secret
  • Geek Heaven
  • Pro Skater's Dream Pad
  • Medieval Castle
  • Sim Cinema
  • Player Designed House
  • Designer's Home
  • Sci-Fi Shuttle
  • Beachside Escape (!)
  • Two-Story Mansion (!)
  • Scandinavian House
  • Teen Idol Mansion (!)
  • Renovator's Dream
  • Two Story Unfurnished House (!)
  • Three Story Unfurnished House (!)

*(!) not available for Standard Residence. Sims freeplay houses !!!!!

Boathouse (Mystery Island) Edit

  • The Cavernous Cruiser
  • The Tiny Tight-pocket
  • The Pint-prized Prince
  • The Royal Wavecutter

As you excel in the game, you will unlock more houses to move your Sims into.

Limited-Edition Houses Edit

  • Haunted House

These games can become accessible through unlocked missions in-game or through holiday missions (IE: Halloween). Currently, the Haunted House is not available to players.

Deleted Houses Edit

  • Sharehome
  • Vampire Den

Sadly, these houses did not make the cut when the game was still in development.

TriviaEdit

  • The 'Premium' residential lots didn't always exist.
  • If you build a house with items you have not unlocked, you will have them in the house but you cannot buy anymore of that item from the store.

Start a Discussion Discussions about Houses

  • Neo Tokyo house or Mansion? (One story mansion)

    13 messages
    • Stupid me bought the neo Tokyo house and I really regret it because it only has 1 bedroom and you can't access both sides of the bed in ...
    • The neo Tokyo is awesome. But if you like woody effects go for the one bedroom home.you won't be disappointed.
  • Help

    • I'm at level 29 and for some reason my building and buying house won't work why not can only use my inventory help please

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