Main Floor:1,234 sq. ft
Upper Floor:485 sq. ft
Lower Floor:1,220 unfinished
Additional Rooms:office, recreation room, flex room
Outdoor Spaces:entry porch, rear porch, screened porch, covered patio
Other:open living, double sided stone fireplace
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted family room,
Home Style:Cottage, Lake, Corner Lot
Lot Style:sloping lot
Watersound Cottage is a 3 story 5 bedroom rustic craftsman lake cottage house plan that will work great at the lake or in the mountains. It has great views out all of the major rooms and plenty of porch space to enjoy the scenery from many angles. We built Watersound Cottage at Chimney Cove in Lake Wedowee, Alabama. You walk in the front door to a vaulted living area with views that will take your breath away. The fireplace is double sided and can be enjoyed in the house or for a relaxing stay on the porch. The master suite is on the main level and has access to the back covered porch and a walk in closet. There are two bedrooms upstairs that overlook the living area and one of them has a walk out balcony to enjoy the views. Downstairs there is a recreational room to enjoy your getaway as well as more living space.
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