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Yesterday, I received the Seaside House and I already made an alternate model of it. Since this set seems to have been designed specially for summer buildings, well, I built a marina.
About this creation


The front: glass doors, lamps, pavement; the usual stuff.



The beach section: small dock with a long chair, a barbecue, a life preserver, a crab and a ladder that gives access to the roof.



There is a shower under the stairs.



Inside: nothing special. Only a counter.



On the first floor, there's a "private terrace" with a small table, round benches and a flower pot.

A thing or two about the LDD building instructions: the program doesn't have all the newest elements, so I had to put some bricks besides the model. Refer to the pictures to place these pieces correctly (mainly on the barbecue and over the terrace's door). The surfboard isn't there either.


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  August 4, 2012
ravishingly beautiful!
  August 2, 2012
Deja ! I like the way you came with something new on the first roof. I.E. using the green curved palm to a sign. This set does have nice ALT in the box. Thumbs up if you manage to get out the "beach theme" (aha like the score from Thief, the Michael Mann movie).
 I like it 
  August 1, 2012
I like it very much! The shower is great idea too!
 I made it 
  July 30, 2012
Quoting Halhi 141 Very impressive! I like the tiles in front of the doors a lot. The sign is very creative, and the lamps look great. The roof access ladder is a great detail, and the barbecue looks excellent. I also really like the shower and chair. It could be just me, but it seems a lot smaller than the set... Still a great alternative.
Actually, the main model has an "inside space" (number of studs between the walls of a building, excluding the balcony) of 159 studs. My model has 140 studs. But if you're talking about dimensions, the beach house is 16 studs deep, 14 studs wide (excluding the exceeding roof bricks) and 16 bricks high. My marina is 10 studs deep, 20 studs wide and 15 bricks high excluding the sign, 17 & 2/3 including it. Honestly, the set is pretty small. They seem to put as much bricks in the house as in the details. Due to this, it gets pretty tricky to build great alternates out of it. Still, I'm glad of what I've came up with.
 I like it 
  July 30, 2012
Very impressive! I like the tiles in front of the doors a lot. The sign is very creative, and the lamps look great. The roof access ladder is a great detail, and the barbecue looks excellent. I also really like the shower and chair. It could be just me, but it seems a lot smaller than the set... Still a great alternative.
 I like it 
  July 30, 2012
very nice alternative! i like the sign!
 
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