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The Sims 4 Cottage Living: Henford-on-Bagley World Tour

Presented by EA Game Changers

For these last couple of days I’ve gotten a chance to tour of Henford-on-Bagley – a brand new world coming with The Sims 4 Cottage Living Expansion Pack!

In this overview you’ll see a full rundown of the new world, its lots, lot sizes and households included in the world. The software that I captured is Early Alpha so things are subject to change!


From the natural beauty of Cordelia Falls to the clear, brisk currents of the River Bagley, the mingling of earth and water makes Henford-on-Bagley a lovely place to visit but perhaps an even lovelier place to live. Villagers here connect with the history of the land while finding friendship in the the furry and feathery creatures that inhabit the woods. So what if the average neighbor is a little more gossipy? You couldn’t ask for a better place to grow, tend, and nurture a more natural life.

Welcome to Henford-on-Bagley! This new world consists of 3 different neighborhoods. Down below you can check out the full breakdown of all the neighborhoods and their lots:

The Bramblewood

The natural beauty of these woods have long provided a picturesque place for many wild birds, rabbits, and foxes to call home. Whether secreting a small surprise under Sophie the Snail, bringing an easel to paint the serene Cordelia Falls, foraging for wild mushrooms, or finding romance among the ruins of the Isle of Volpe, any Sim would be transformed by a day in the Bramblewood.

Lots:

  • Isle of Volpe Park (National Park – 50×40)
  • 13 Nettle Lane (Rental – 30×20)
  • Moody & McMillan Household (40×30)
  • Cordelia’s Secret Cottage (Residental – 30×20)

Moody & McMillan Household (40×30)

Lot created by HeyHarrie

13 Nettle Lane (Rental – 30×20)

Lot created by HeyHarrie

Isle of Volpe Park (National Park – 50×40)

Cordelia’s Secret Cottage (Residental – 30×20)

Lot created by Thomas TV

Neighborhood Screens

Wild Animals Map

The Bramblewood also has two homes each for wild rabbits and wild birds. You can see where they’re located in the map below:

Finchwick

Nestled along the River Bagley, the old mill village of Finchwick prides itself on its bustling and close-knit community. Its historic square features a pub and quaint stalls amid a flowering garden, perfect for a little window shopping. Tourists and locals alike flock to the weekly village fair, where Finchwick’s Mayor makes a special appearance to judge entries and gossip about the latest happenings.

Lots:

  • The Gnome’s Arms (Bar – 30×20)
  • 5 Cobblebottom Street (Residental – 30×20)
  • Scott Household (20×20 lot)
  • 1 Cobblebottom Street (Residental – 20×15)

The Gnome’s Arms (Bar – 30×20)

Lot created by Devon Bumpkin

5 Cobblebottom Street (Residental – 30×20)

Lot created by Thomas TV

Scott Household (20×20 Lot)

Lot created by HeyHarrie

1 Cobblebottom Street (Residental – 20×15)

Lot created by Clare Siobhan

Neighborhood Screens

 

Old New Henford

An area that boasts rolling hills, lush estates, and a small community garden, Old New Henford is perhaps best known for its historical naming woes. Initially known as Little Henford, the neighborhood renamed itself New Henford in an attempt to escape its diminutive origins. However, in neglecting to inform national mapmakers, they ceased to officially exist for a two-week period. When told that to be reinstated would require yet another name change, residents chose Old New Henford, which beat out the other choice – New New Henford – by a single vote.

Lots:

  • The Watson Family Household (64×64 lot)
  • A New Start Household (30×20 lot)
  • 3 Olde Mill Lane (Residental – 50×40)
  • 2 Olde Mill Lane (Empty Residental – 50×40)

The Watson Family Household (64×64 lot)

Lot created by Devon Bumpkin

A New Start Household (30×20 lot)

Lot created by Clare Siobhan

3 Olde Mill Lane (Residental – 50×40)

Lot created by Thomas TV

2 Olde Mill Lane (Empty Residental – 50×40)

Wild Animals Map

Old New Henford contains a single home each for Wild Bunnies and Wild Birds!

Neighborhood Screens

About the author

Jovan Jovic

Founder of the Sims Community website. I do plenty of things around here including writing articles such as "Top 10 Disney Princesses in The Sims", social media management, video content creation, streaming and more!