Calm and peaceful shores reflect the quiet village of Land's End in Carriage Trade's Northampton
As part of the overhaul of Carriage Trade’s Northampton region, we put the original Sheffield estate under the bulldozer and allowed the land developers to go to town – literally.
The result: Land’s End, which includes 6 small cottages and a roleplay area, Coophaven. The cottages are available for rent; each includes a radio system and locking doors and a small plot of space as well as carefully manicured landscaping right on Main Street.
What could be more delightful than quaint brick cottages in the bucolic Carriage Trade countryside?
Of course, the gentle sea breezes help cool the tiny village and it’s location on the southern edge of the newly redesigned cross-country course make it a delight for the equestrian.
Coophaven includes NPC chickens which interact in different ways. Check them out so you know where they are, come the time!
Main Street in Carriage Trade's Land's End Village in Northampton
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Currently available in the Carriage Trade estate, 4 cottage estates, 4 apartments, 2 full-sized horse stalls, and 4 pony-sized stalls.
The apartments are located on the ground floor of Saratoga, and include 75 prims and full land rights, plus full use of our facilities. Weekly rental is a mere $299L/week and rentals are restricted to humans.
Both full-sized and pony-sized stalls are currently available. Two full-sized stalls are available in the Pony Club stallage, and 4 pony-sized stalls are available in the new Pony Playground. All are $125L/week for 25 prims and full land rights and access to the facilities.
Four cottage estates are currently available. These double-primmed 512 lots offer 200 available prims and come with a cottage, radio system, and Intan system, as well as land rights and full access to our facilities. The cottage estates may be combined to make a single larger estate, or they may be converted to private stable with the replacement of the cottage with a stable. Please ask if you have an interest.
You may have noticed some changes in the region recently.
The entire west side has been extensively redeveloped, and new pathways put in. The path starting at High Street and running parallel to the sea is Lillie Lane, the cross street at the south end is Pelham Path, and the cross road is Calli’s Crossing.
Feel free to go explore the new development, which includes a Friendship Garden with purchasable landscaping (herbs and flowers) and a Cabbage Patch for foal acquisition (touch one of the cabbages for details about where foals really come from in Carriage Trade).
There are two new cats in the estate, Ginger, who lives in the garden, and Grimalkin, who wanders around the Crossing. There are five properties in this area, a mini-stable and 4 double-primmed small cottages.