Main Floor:1,111 sq. ft.
Upper Floor:502 sq. ft
Lower Floor:1,111 sq. ft.
Heated Area:1,613 Sq. Ft
Additional Rooms:Golf Garage, Game Room, Flex Room
Outdoor Spaces:Front Porch, Screened Rear Porch, Covered Side Porch, Grill Deck, Open Upper Deck, Lower Patio
Other:Vaulted Family Room, 1st Floor Master, Open Floorplan
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Home Style:Cottage, Rustic, Craftsman
Lot Style:Sloping Lot, Corner Lot, Narrow Lot
Foothills Cottage is one of our most popular plans. It’s a Cottage Style House Plan with Rustic details and is just the right size for a Lake or Mountain getaway. It has a very open floor plan. The kitchen, dining and family room all enjoy great views. As you enter the Foothills Cottage, you enjoy views from two window walls in the open family room, dining and kitchen areas. The dining room has a panoramic view with windows on five sides. Vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, and a stone fireplace complete the rustic but formal feel in this area. The Master suite has a great view on the rear of the house. The Master Bath features a walk in shower and walk in closet. The Master Bedroom opens onto a covered porch with an outdoor fireplace. The upper level includes a balcony overlooking the vaulted family room below. There are also two bedrooms and a Jack and Jill Bath on this level. One of the bedrooms opens onto a spacious deck overlooking the rear views of the home.The lower level can be finished and includes a large recreation room, two bedrooms and a bath. The exterior features Stone, Shake, and Board & Batten as well as craftsman details to give the home just the right Mountain / Lake feel.
Each set of plans includes:
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