Main Floor:1,770 sq. ft
Garage:2 car 550 sq. ft
Outdoor Spaces:front porch, covered porch, side courtyard
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted family room
Home Style:Cottage, Rustic, Craftsman
Lot Style:small lot
Fireside Cottage is a small house plan design with a two car garage and covered porch. You enter Fireside Cottage to a family room with a fireplace and views into the side courtyard. The kitchen, dining, and family room are open to each other which create a comfortable feel when hanging out with family and friends. A spacious master suite and two bedrooms are located on the rear of the house. There is a two car garage on the left that can easily fit three cars or provide storage room. The master suite and family room have access to a covered porch and side courtyard for grilling out and letting your pets play.
Each set of plans includes:
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