What attracted me to this interesting looking mansion is its unique foundation built over a canal and seated at the edge of a small cliff. However, the striking front with full height windows overlooking the harbor is only a small part of this quaint looking home. What’s inside this build by morimoilego is just as beautiful and equally interesting, since the home has been partly converted into a quaint and cozy coffee shop.
The build is modular-like with levels and walls that can be removed to reveal the inside. On the top-most level, there’s a cafe all set in a brown mahogany wood finishing. The ceiling fan is a nice detail providing a very old and rustic look.
The first level features a study desk with a grand piano tucked in the corner and a prominent central staircase. On the far end is a lounge area with a comfy looking sofa.
Above, the higher level hosts a storage room where all the bottles of coffee beans are neatly tucked away.
There’s no short of hidden surprises as we find a wine cellar and a path leading to the underground transport boat.
And last but not least, the attic hosts treasures, for which we can only guess where and how they’ve been obtained over time.
And not only are the removable floors similar to LEGO modular buildings, but structure features walls that can be removed for access and maximum playability to the each of the rooms.