When Marley Freshmen first embarked out on his own, he owned a lot of land, but he didn’t have much money left for a house. So he toughed it with only the most basic necessities.
After marrying and developing a steady income, Marley and Ayesha were able to build four walls and had their starter home.
It was nothing impressive–didn’t even have windows–but it was theirs and in it they would start a legacy.
With four children, however, this little one bedroom wouldn’t be big enough. So the space grew.
And the little one bedroom turned into a three bedroom. It was still a tight squeeze for the Freshmen family, but they made it work. Most of the time.
Marley worked diligently towards obtaining his LTW of being a writer, but to do that he needed his own space. So the first “modern” building of the Freshmen house was put in place: the office. A room which only Marley had the key to. He worked laboriously at the computer and slumbered on his couch trying to meet his personal goals.
But now, once again the house is not big enough. Now that Finn Freshmen has welcomed his bride into the family, it doesn’t seem right that he and Eli share bunk beds anymore. And with a flood of cash from a long lost relative’s will, finally there is some spendable income for the Freshmen family. Say hello to the new Freshmen Manor.
A fully stocked and furnished kitchen space will be plentiful for welcoming Generation 2.
Marley’s office gets a face lift and looks befit a corporation CEO.
Ayesha can paint in peace in the (rather empty) craft room.
And upstairs there is plenty of room for the family to grow.
Including a nursery, in which Finn waits patiently for his heir.
As the family continued to grow and Generation 1 was joined by Generation 2, the cash began to pour in and a complete overhaul was called for.
Welcome to Freshmen Manor:
A modern mansion, Freshmen Manor is designed based off this house from Dwell and includes lots of room for expansion.