Medieval Tiny House 4

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Author: Nurgak
Block count: 278
Views: 998

Gosh, that build's pretty petite. Even teeny tiny I would say. But everyone could use at least one model like that. It's in medieval style, is rather compact inside and would be a perfect home for somebody seeking for private space. That's it! See the blueprints below and get right on it ;)
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Blocks you'll need:

Oak Wood Stairs 73
Spruce Wood 45
Cobblestone 37
Cobblestone Slab 27
White Wool 25
Oak Wood Plank 22
Stone Bricks 7
Wooden Slab 6
Bookshelf 5
Oak Fence 4
Ladder 4
Torch 3
Glass Pane 3
Furnace 2
Chest 2
Oak Door 2
Wooden Trapdoor 2
Bed 2
Sticky Piston 1
Cobweb 1
Crafting Table 1
Redstone Torch 1
Stone Brick Slab 1
Lever 1
Piston Head 1
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Skill level 1
Object added 31 Dec 2016
Width 9
Height 9
Depth 9
Tags medieval, medieval house, house, tiny house, small house
Block Count 278
Object materials
Spruce Wood 45
Cobblestone 37
Oak Wood Stairs (East, Normal) 30
Cobblestone Slab 27
White Wool 25
Oak Wood Plank 22
Oak Wood Stairs (West, Normal) 21
Oak Wood Stairs (South, Normal) 21
Stone Bricks 7
Wooden Slab 6
Bookshelf 5
Oak Fence 4
Ladder (facing west) 4
Glass Pane 3
Torch (Facing North) 2
Furnace (Facing East) 2
Chest (West) 1
Oak Door (Facing South, Closed, Lower) 1
Sticky Piston (Facing down, Extended) 1
Wooden Trapdoor (West from block, Open, Bottom half) 1
Oak Door (Hinge Right, Powered, Upper ) 1
Cobweb 1
Bed (South, Empty, Foot of the bed) 1
Crafting Table 1
Redstone Torch (on) (Facing West) 1
Stone Brick Slab 1
Oak Wood Stairs (North, Normal) 1
Bed (South, Empty, Head of the bed) 1
Torch (Facing East) 1
Chest (East) 1
Lever (On Block Side Facing East, Not Active) 1
Wooden Trapdoor (South from block, Open, Bottom half) 1
Piston Head (Facing down, Extended) 1
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