Quartz House 8

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Author: TSMC
Block count: 1245
Views: 6817

This is a small Quartz house - and if I say small then this is seriously tiny house. But to me it looks very fancy. This house is pretty easy to build, it should take less then 20 minutes. You'll need a lot of glass to build it because there are many windows. To be honest this house looks like someone famous lives in there ... I don't know why. Anyway the interior of this house is classy - the wooden floor and stairs. A nice balcony and a pool. But since it is Your house You can do whatever You want to it. But let me just remind You that this house is tiny and there isn't much room, but it still looks very cool, am I right? If You want to build a nice looking, classy house then check out the blueprints and start building. I hope You'll be happy with Your future home :)
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Blocks you'll need:

Quartz Block 427
Dirt 264
Spruce Wood Plank 185
Oak Wood Plank 120
Glass Pane 88
Dark Oak Leaves 63
Glass 49
Still Water 41
Quartz Stairs 7
Oak Fence Gate 1
View Other Materials 8
Skill level 1
Object added 27 Sep 2015
Width 17
Height 11
Depth 17
Tags building, house, quartz house, quartz, quartz house
Block Count 1245
Object materials
Quartz Block 427
Dirt 264
Spruce Wood Plank 185
Oak Wood Plank 120
Glass Pane 88
Dark Oak Leaves (No Decay) 60
Glass 49
Still Water 41
Quartz Stairs (West, Normal) 5
Dark Oak Leaves (Check Decay and No Decay) 3
Quartz Stairs (North, Normal) 2
Oak Fence Gate (Facing North, Closed) 1
"For more space, I recommend using spruce trapdoors as walls by opening them up and using oak trapdoors as "windows". The trapdoors can give the attractive depth to the outside, while allowing you more room inside" -  Gebble
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2020-05-13 10:42:49 Gebble

For more space, I recommend using spruce trapdoors as walls by opening them up and using oak trapdoors as "windows". The trapdoors can give the attractive depth to the outside, while allowing you more room inside