Second Life Houses North Sea Coast Beach Cottages

Dutchie modelled her Second Life Beach Cottages on a picture by an anonymous photographer she found on the website of the Rijksmuseum. The vintage photo’s capture a long row of cottages somewhere on a Dutch or German beach around 1900. The curtains blow in the wind while people sit and lay in front of them under a blistering sun.

These cottages are a luxurious and simple addition to any beach. Their presence alone invokes a sense of calm and relaxation. Coupled with the sounds of seabirds and crashing waves, you’ll time travel to an era when beach life was still luxurious.

Six different versions of the Second Life Beach Cottage

There are six different versions of the mesh beach cottage, each with a different set of curtains. This small detail gives the cottages a uniqueness that adds a touch of realism to any build. Every beach cottage also comes with a shadow giving just that little touch of presence you need.


Your cottage can seat two avatars and has 2 x 7 single animations. There are three female, three male sitting animations and one peeping animation. With each cottage, I’ve included a set of three decorative towels. Each cottage has a numberplate from 1 to 12. There is also a blank plate, in case you want to make higher numbers or give your cabin your lucky number.

Fatpack with Bonus Second Life Beach Cottage

The fat pack includes all six cottages plus another cottage without curtains. Also included are pre-made cottages 8 to 12, which are copies of cottages 1 to 5 with different numbers only.

Decorating ideas

Dutchie recommends adding a campfire to and romantic logs to sit upon. Or add beach chairs and beach towels to perfectly complement a peaceful coastal scene.

Snow Roof Add-on

Upgrade your cottages with the Snow Roof Add-on and let the magic of the season unfold in the heart of your Second Life home.

Customer review of the Northseacoast Cottage

A true work of art. Seeing all of these in a long row on my beach is a breathtaking view. Textures and models are impressive and the unexpected cute animations a great bonus. The only thing lacking is that the curtains don’t move in the wind, but a little imagination goes a long way.

Janneke Windstrom