The most unique builds of all time on the gallery
The Sims 4 has one of the best building systems in any sim game, so it’s no surprise that the community has come up with some very unique terrain designs over the years. Even without any extensions installed, people have crafted some weird and wonderful builds that stand out from the rest of the EA gallery.
There is an option in The Sims 4 to create custom content that anyone can install separately – some versions require these assets to be installed to work properly. Players should be sure to check the requirements of any build they download to ensure it is compatible with both their game build and custom content.
ten club las vegas
club las vegas is a finely detailed construction with bright colors on the outside and a spacious interior perfect for dancing. It’s sure to literally cheer up someone The Sims 4 nighttime experience, and its pitched roof adds modern chic. Plus, the lights are rainbow-themed to complete the nightclub vibe.
The build is under the Nightclub bundle type and does not require any custom assets to function properly. In game, it costs around 289,414 Simoleons.
9 It’s a mess
It’s a mess is an intricate masterpiece of mansion building in The Sims 4. There are many mansions in The Sims 4 – no one can deny that building an interactive dollhouse is fun, after all. But some mansions shine above others, and the bazaar’s three levels, beautiful architecture, and expansive grounds certainly set it apart.
The bazaar is under the Retail bundle type, requires no community content, and measures 40×30. The hefty price tag of 309,941 Simoleons won’t get Sims a bathroom!
8 Ancient Ruins Cafe
the Ancient Ruins Cafe is listed as a generic batch type, but it is anything but generic. The stone walls are carved like ancient ruins, it has a cozy medieval-style interior, and functions as a retail space despite being a generic lot type.
The Ancient Ruins cafe is small, at 20×15 in size and priced at just 24,642 simoleons, making it an easy fit in any landscape.
7 Hikaru Assassin’s Castle
Hikaru’s assassin castle, like the bazaar, is a masterpiece of a building in The Sims 4. It is a castle based on historical Japanese castles and has a large number of rooms, facilities, and even cherry blossoms around the grounds.
the Hikaru Assassin’s Castle comes in 50×50 size (one of the largest) and nearly half a million simoleons. It is a residential lot and requires no additional content.
6 Catdog Healing Practice
Catdog Healing Practice is a great example of retro design that serves a functional purpose. The healing practice is in the shape of a dog lying down and a cat standing behind it and is referred to as a type of veterinary clinic lot.
The build takes up a lot of space at 40×30, and the cat building certainly reaches a decent height. It comes in at 163,204 simoleons and is comprised of only basic materials and structures.
5 wild west
wild west is an entire city built within the boundaries of a 50×50 square. The creator claims that every building is functioning properly – there’s a bar with a TV, a church, a hair salon, a garden area at the stables, and even a place to dance and swim in the mines.
The bundle is designated as a bar but can be reused for any playstyle. This requires the player to have a few item packs installed, and it costs 317,955 Simoleons to add to a The Sims 4 world.
4 Serpent and Tower Archives
the Serpent and Tower Archives not only has a functional library but also a guardian sea serpent. The latter is on the lookout outside, defending the knowledge contained in the tower. There’s also a barbecue deck included with this build, a pirate play area, and a swimming area – the snake won’t eat the Sims.
This build is 40×30 in size, is a library bundle type, costs just over a quarter of a million simoleons, and requires no additional content or item packs.
3 SPOOKY FUN HOUSE
the SPOOKY FUN HOUSE is a perfectly furnished two-story house ready for mad scientist or macabre Sim play. It includes a laboratory space, a fishing pond, a deadly secret garden and spirits that roam the grounds…
The building is designated as a residential land type, measures 50×50 and costs 319,911 simoleons. However, the Spooky Fun House requires the player to have a few expansions installed as well.
2 Residence of the Crypt Keeper
Another scary from The Sims 4 The gallery is the Residence of the Crypt Keeper. This subterranean lair is hidden by three large mausoleums above ground, the center of which serves as the main entrance. It’s a residential lot, but no normal Sim would like to spend the night there…
This construction measures only 30×20 but includes an underground area as well as fully detailed mausoleums. It only costs 182,430 Simoleons and requires a few item packs to work properly.
1 Gnome Retreat
the Gnome Retreat is an adorable little mushroom-shaped house with lots of fungal and floral accents around the grounds to make a gnome feel at home. It only has a very small living space, so any Sims who decide to live in this retreat should get used to the tiny house lifestyle!
This version contains only 47,428 simoleons and only takes up a 20×20 space. This requires a few different packs but no community content.
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