The only thing I wish were different about the house is that when the roof is completely up, the dormers appear to be blocking part of the loft bedroom.
However, your sims can move around in that area without any problem, and in normal play you will not even see the dormers in the bedroom because they are technically on a different level. Oh, and the loft is also built to be weatherproof for Seasons.
I opted to name the street of my new set of split-level homes "Divided Drive." Sadly, it was the best I could come up with, but to me it sounds better than Split Street. This house has 4 levels inside, which was a challenge. I used a houseplan as a guide, but ended up making some major changes on the inside, and a few on the outside as well. I'm really happy with how it turned out.
4 living levels
full daylight basement
Custom Content Credits:
Nengi at Sims Crossing - Simple Kitchen Curtains
MaryLou at MTS2 - a privacy window from her Bellhooven Maroota set.
Helena at Pixel Sims - a closed pane window
Khakidoo at MTS2 - 3 Step base game stair, stair recolor
Holy Simoly - Victorian Quaint Fence in White
Plasticbox at MTS2 - Simply Siding in "Stale Vanilla" wall
IgnorantBliss at MTS2 - Bedding Matching Victoriana Drapes
Crocobaura at MTS2 - Steadfast Stairs Open Underneath
Requirements note: I also have Family Fun and Celebration SP's, although those are probably not required, especially if you install the house with Sims2Pack Clean Installer.
Download Here (1.5 MB .zip)