Henford-on-Bagley is a world featured in The Sims 4: Cottage Living. The town is full of water holes and ponds for Sims to swim in, and each week a farm festival is attended by the town residents. Every lot by default has the Wild Foxes lot challenge enabled, making foxes naturally appear. Wild animals such as birds and rabbits also roam the world.
Henford-on-Bagley is famous for rolling hillsides, fresh farm produce and stonecarving which locals have been doing for hundreds of years. Princess Cordelia visited Henford-on-Bagley as one of first places after the Great Sloth Invasion.
The world was announced via a postcard, and also by an announcement post on the forums at TheSims.com.
Henford-on-Bagley is a rural farm world based on villages on the English countryside, more specifically the Cotswolds.
Climate in Henford-on-Bagley is mostly cool, cloudy and mild, with partially cloudy, cloudy and rainy weather dominating throughout the year and any occurence of extreme weather events are quite rare or uncommon.
There are three neighborhoods in this world:
Finchwick is a small town that prides itself as a historically bustling and tight-knit community. It is home to various shops and grocers owned by the locals, and it also hosts the weekly Finchwick Fair.
Old New Henford
This part of Henford is known for its lush estates, rolling hills, and small community garden. It used to be one giant property owned by The Watson Family, who sold plots of it over the years. They still own a sizable estate on one of the hills. Old New Henford is also home to many wild animals that roam the countryside.
The wooded area on the outskirts of Henford has a storybook-like feel and is where the most wild animals can be found, such as wild birds, bunnies, and foxes. It is considered the most romantic part of Henford, with many places to explore. It is rich in history, and plenty of ruins to discover, that were once home to Lord Volpe. It also includes a swimmable lake.
There are 12 lots in Henford-on-Bagley, each separated into three neighborhoods. There is also a 64×64 lot.
|Neighborhood||Lot||Lot type||Lot size||Value||Price per day||Occupants|
|Finchwick||The Gnome’s Arms||Bar||20×15||§70,093|
|Finchwick||1 Cobblebottom Street||Residential||20×15||§31,360|
|Finchwick||3 Cobblebottom Street||Residential||20×20||§62,623||Scott family|
|Finchwick||5 Cobblebottom Street||Residential||30×20||§19,829|
|Old New Henford||4 Olde Mill Lane||Residential||30×20||§55,329||New Start|
|Old New Henford||2 Olde Mill Lane||Residential||50×40||§6,055|
|Old New Henford||3 Olde Mill Lane||Residential||50×40||§103,835|
|Old New Henford||Olde Mill Hill||Residential||64×64||§132,171||Watson Family|
|The Bramblewood||13 Nettle Lane||Rental||30×20||§71,370||§689|
|The Bramblewood||Cordelia’s Secret Cottage||Residential||30×20||§19,330|
|The Bramblewood||14 Nettle Lane||Residential||40×30||§114,788||Moody & McMillan|
|The Bramblewood||Isle of Volpe Park||National Park||50×40||§12,915|
|A New Start household||§20,000||Cecilia Kang|
|Moody & McMillan family||§22,000||Derek McMillan, Ian Moody|
|Scott family||§22,000||Simon Scott, Sara Scott|
|Watson family||§28,000||Thomas Watson, Rahmi Watson, Rashidah Watson, Imran Watson, Maira Watson|
|Chopra family||§22,000||Lavina Chopra, Rahul Chopra|
|Crumplebottom family||Agatha Crumplebottom, Agnes Crumplebottom|