How to Build a Medieval House in Minecraft
Something you do not know about me: I’m addicted to Minecraft. I normally play the feeding version of the beast with the boy but we went back to Vanilla Minecraft recently to try it out because it has loads of new updates! One of my first vanilla projects was to make a fairly medieval style house – I always wanted one.
This medieval house of Minecraft is based on a house I found online a few months ago (and now can not find to post a link not) – I fell in love instantly! Once I started building it I realized that it was also the perfect size for everything I needed.
Years ago when I started playing, I could use a city as a base or build several structures to house everything but this house solves all these problems. NOW IT’S FROM A LOCATION AND SEXY THAT ALL EXIT THEM.
I have another version of this medieval house on the survival world of the boy and I played – it may have taken a day to build into survival. I really suggest doing this one in creative – it took only two hours like that! : D
This medieval Minecraft home includes:
- Full basement, including hot air generators, plenty of chest storage, table space and anvil handicrafts and access to an extraction well.
- Ground floor with plenty of room chest + craft space table
- Second floor with fully function table enchantment + room and potion brewing area
- Top floor with a room for armor rises and beds, as well as a walk on the balcony for snipers enemies in the morning
- Optional addition of stable to keep your fancy horses close
The texture packs shown in this tutorial are Chroma Hills RPG (during build) and Triton Core V2 . (For finished photos) Both are 64 x and AWESOME. If you have an old computer that has trouble with x 64, I strongly recommend Dokucraft – it’s a lot of flavors and it’s gorgeous even at 16 x and 32 x.