aren't you the only one who made up a sheet?
Strongholds do require GM approval on their design, though. Here's the basic list I came up with that I mentioned to Zaer earlier in the thread:
Mansion: 12 Stronghold Spaces (40% Interior, 60% Exterior)
Bath, Luxury (2 SS) -10,000
Bedroom Suite, Luxury (2 SS) -25,000
Bedrooms, Fancy x3 (3 SS) -12,000
Common Area, Fancy (1 SS) -3,000
Dining Hall, Fancy (2 SS) -12,000
Kitchen, Fancy (1 SS) -12,000
Throne Room, Basic (1 SS) -2,000
Wooden Walls -1,200
Everburning Torches x127 -13,970
Chamber of Comfort x12 -90,000
Everful Basin -4,500
Everful Larder -15,000
Invisible Servant x12 -18,000
Table of Feasting -43,200
Table of Freshness x2 -6,000
Final Price: 267,870gp - 5% = 254,476gp 5sp/255,000 gp
Luxury is the highest grade in the book, and Luxury rooms generally come with the finest, most opulent materials, tasteful paintings adorning the walls, personal servants attending to your every need, that sort of thing. In this case, I figured the Bath and the owner's Bedroom Suite would be the only rooms that would need to be that high in quality, since this is more of a portable shelter than a permanent residence.
The next-highest grade is Fancy, and it covers rooms with comfortable, high-grade materials and tasteful furnishings. Each 'Bedroom' space actually contains two bedrooms, each with a double bed, so the owner can easily host 6-12 guests when needed. The Common Room is presumably the mansion's grand front hall, used as a waiting room, greeting area, or whatever other use the owner wants to put it to. The Kitchen and Dining Hall can be put to use cooking and serving meals for up to 30 people easily.
Finally, the lowest grade is Basic, and usually contains just the basic necessities for a given room, often made of the cheapest materials. Even a Basic Throne Room, however, has polished floors, carpeting, tapestries hanging from the walls, and a comfortable padded chair for a local lord to conduct his business from. The room can comfortably hold up to 20 people, so I imagine it often sees double duty as a dance floor.
Wooden Walls for both the interior and exterior, so not much explanation needed there. Lighting is provided by 127 Everburning Torches which line the walls, and I imagine they come complete with small covers which hang nearby for the purpose of covering them when darkness is needed.
Finally, in terms of Wondrous Architecture, the mansion has a number of magical accoutrements to help make it self-sufficient and comfortable to live in. Making every room a Chamber of Comfort provides climate control, every room magically kept at a pleasant temperature and the air constantly kept clean and circulating, never stuffy. The Everful Basin in the bath area provides constant fresh water at any temperature desired, perfect for a hot bath or a cold shower, while the kitchen's Everful Larder provides an unending amount of food, though only in increments of food for 5 people. It's also not the best-tasting of fare, though it is described as 'simple, nourishing food'. A better meal comes from the dining hall's Table of Feasting, which provides a Heroes' Feast for up to 12 people, 3 times a day. That's the main table, and the two lesser tables are Tables of Freshness, casting Purify Food and Drink on any food served upon them to keep it fresh and free of poison. Finally, the entire mansion comes equipped with a full staff of 12 Unseen Servants, ready to cook, clean, and follow any other simple instructions given by the owner or his guests.
With your permission, this luxurious portable mansion will belong to Zaer, and any cute monster girls who get to stay at it will be in for quite the treat, in terms of vacation homes.