This creation came about with the help of a shipment of special order bricks I got from Pick-a-Brick at the official Lego Website. I spent $93.00 and got a half-gallon of light blue and clear Lego pieces which I put to use in this house. I call it The Riverside because the house reminds me of an old steamboat. It's a narrow home yet very long. It has two balconies. The top balcony connects two separate rooms in the tower sections. There's a north and south tower and the home comes apart into four separate sections. The middle section can be removed completely and the top two sections still will fit together in the main section perfectly. There's lots of different windows but I tied them all together by a common theme of blue boxes. The clear bricks were fun to work with and I'm glad I invested in them.
It is incredible beautiful. I would be interested in de building list and parts list. I'm commencing to start building a city for my son. I have the program Lego Designer.
Thanks in advance.
Nice build, Michael. Got some unusual design elements in there, which is always fun to see. And of course, those lighter blues just make my day - gonna have to get some of those...no idea what I'll do with 'em, but then that's what it's all about, right. Anyway, good job!