Minecraft – 3 Bedroom House

I bring you a modern, 3 bedroom house that you can download today. Certain aspects of the interior layout and exterior look are largely inspired by modern estate housing in the UK. The house and garden occupy 2800 blocks of land (40 blocks wide, 70 blocks deep) and the house is 27 blocks high. The exterior has been constructed from smooth sandstone and traditional red bricks.

The house features a concealed redstone lighting system for each room and a working redstone operated shower system in the bathroom. All interior and exterior doors are operated by way of pressure plates. The interior walls have been constructed of primarily the same smooth sandstone block as seen on the exterior of the house and stained clay, however the interior walls can be easily customised to your taste if required.

Downstairs you will find a reasonably sized living space, a dedicated dining area featuring door access to the rear garden and you’ll also find a good sized kitchen also featuring door access to the rear garden and access to the garage .

Upstairs you’ll find a modern bathroom featuring a working shower system, a toilet, and a washbasin. You’ll also find 3 similarly sized bedrooms 2 of which featuring 3 block wide closets. The attic is a great place for storage but can be easily changed into a small loft conversion if required.

At the back of the house you’ll find a spacious garden with a decked entertainment area and a hot tub, but again there’s the potential for expansion, such as the installation of a shed, extending the house, or even a good sized outdoor swimming pool.

The entire house took a few hours to build spread out over a few days.

The house can be downloaded via the link below. The house is available in both MCEdit schematic form and the original world save. If you download this house feel free to share what you’ve done with it (even if you haven’t changed anything and you’re just wanting to show your appreciation), make a video response to the original video, share an image on Instagram or Twitter or even fire over an email to me. And who knows, what you’ve done may even get featured in a future blog post or video!

Watch a video tour of this house here! – http://youtu.be/u0vEe3Q11nY