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Champs Les Sims

Champs Les SimsChamps Les Sims is a pre-made destination sub-world, added to The Sims 3 in The Sims 3: World Adventures.

Champs Les Sims was settled towards the end of the Medieval period and has a rich history and culture. The town is modeled on rustic small towns in France and features activities and items that reflect French traditions. It has brick buildings and yellowish pastures. It is an excellent grape-growing country, and has a strong sense of history about it. Sims can learn how to produce (non-alcoholic) nectar here. “Champs Les Sims” is French for “The Sims Fields,” and is a reference to the Champs-Élysées, a famous vibrant avenue in Paris. Some people might also relate Champs Les Sims to the French city of Nîmes, famous for a Roman aqueduct. In Champs Les Sims, there is a viaduct with a train track running on it. Occasionally a train passes by from one tunnel to another. The train might be a reference to the Orient Express, and its model is reused from Sims 2 Free Time Desiderata Valley neighbourhood. Sims can explore landmark tombs and hidden tombs throughout this world, thereby undertaking adventures. There are numerous pre-made families in Champs Les Sims, although they all unfortunately lack description texts.

A trip to Champs Les Sims for one Sim costs 1900 simoleons (for three days). It is the most expensive vacation destination. While visiting Champs Les Sims, Sims stay at a base camp, unless they have a level three visa and have purchased a vacation home.

All France
If a male Sim tries for a baby with a female Sim from another country while at home, the female Sim will immediately return home and the child will be in the child stage already.

Total number of lots: 58
Lots 20×20: 5
Lots 20×30: 8
Lots 30×30: 7
Lots 30×40: 11
Lots 40×40: 4
Lots 40×50: 0
Lots 50×50: 0
Lots 50×60: 0
Lots 60×60: 0
Lots 64×64: 8
Odd-sized lots: 15

List of lots and houses in Champs Les Sims world

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Lot address Lot size Building name Family name
Southbank central
100 East Southbank Boulevard 40×20 The Garland House Petit Godard
109 East Southbank Boulevard 30×20 The Rose House
110 East Southbank Boulevard 40×20 The Sunflower House Delven Montaque
117 East Southbank Boulevard 30×30 The Wildflower House Lambert
135 East Southbank Boulevard 30×30 The Ginkgo House Morel
200 East Southbank Boulevard 30×20 The Dogwood House
220 Island Watch Place 40×30 The Lily House
14 Lilac Row 20×40 The Daffoidil House
15 Lilac Row 30×30 The Tulip House
3 Orchid Road 30×40 The Orchid House Beaumont
15 Orchid Road 30×40
10 Orchid Road 30×40 The Clover House
12 Orchid Road 30×30
14 Orchid Road 40×40 The Jonquil House
3 Town Center Drive 25×25 Alexis’s Relics (Small Market)
10 Town Center Drive 20×20 De Goncalves General Store (Small Market)
50 Town Center Drive 40×30 Circle of Knowledge Bookstore (Small Market)
70 Town Center Drive 30×27 The Catania Café (Small Market)
90 Town Center Drive 20×20 The Little Roses Townhouse
Town Square 25×26 (Small Park)
100 West Southbank Boulevard 40×20 The Thyme House Fouchier
105 West Southbank Boulevard 15×30 The Daisy House
110 West Southbank Boulevard 40×20 The Fern House
111 West Southbank Boulevard 40×40 Champs Les Sims Base Camp
Southbank hills
25 Cedar Point 64×64 The Lavender House
250 East Old Forest 20×20 The Rose Campground (No Visitors Allowed)
1 Flower Road 64×64 Champs Les Sims Nectary (Nectary)
55 Flower Drive 20×20 The Rose Campground (No Visitors Allowed)
100 Flower Drive 64×64 Chateau du Landgraab (Landmark Tomb)
1 Lily Lane 64×64 La Gallerie d’Art (Art Gallery)
12 Lily Court 30×30 The Primrose House
100 Old Forest Road 64×64 Eastern Hills Cemetery (Graveyard)
10 Primrose Road 30×30 The Lilac House
15 Primrose Road 40×30
20 Primrose Road 40×30 The Rosemary House
10 South Eastern Hills 40×30 The Garden House
100 South Eastern Hills 64×64 Lake in the Hills (Fishing Spot)
1 Western Hills 40×40 Forgoten Burial Mound (Landmark Tomb)
100 West Southbank 64×64 The Abandoned Nectary
Northbank hills
100 East Northbank Boulevard 40×20 The Iris House Levebvre
105 East Northbank Boulevard 30×20 The Spruce House
110 East Northbank Boulevard 40×25 The Larch Tree House Dubois
120 East Northbank Boulevard 25×40 The Ivy Housee
125 East Northbank Boulevard 20×30
200 East Northbank Boulevard 20×20 The Maple House
200 East Northbank Boulevard 30×30
16 Lilac Avenue 30×40 The Pine House
152 Lilac Avenue 30×50 The Gentain House
500 Lilac Court 64×64 Champs Les Sims Castle
100 Riverwatch Road 40×40 Le Tour Tower
155 Sunflower Road 30×20 The Crocus House
159 Sunflower Road 30×20 The Poinsettia House
165 Sunflower Road 30×40 The Cowslip House
100 West Northbank Boulevard 40×20 The Gatehouse Fournier Bernard
105 West Northbank Boulevard 30×40 The Oak House
110 West Northbank Boulevard 40×20
125 West Northbank Boulevard 30×20 The Fir House
130 West Northbank Boulevard 30×20 The Tristle House

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