Main Floor:1272 Sq. Ft.
Upper Floor:571 Sq. Ft.
Lower Floor:1236 Sq. Ft.
Additional Rooms:Loft, Bunk Room, Tower Room 85 Sq. Ft., Theater Room, Recreation Room, Flex Room
Outdoor Spaces:Front Stoop, Covered Porch, Screened Porch, Grill Deck
Other:Open Living Floor Plan, Spiral Staircase Tower
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:Vaulted Family Room, 9'
Home Style:Rustic, Mountain, Lake, Small
The Fairy Tale Cottage is a small cottage house plan with a loft and screened porches. The exterior has a mix of shake, board and batten, arched gables and porches giving it a true fairy tale cottage look and feel. Inside the home you will find a living room, kitchen and dining room all open to each other creating a living large feeling and allowing you to easily converse with your family and guests. The family room is vaulted with a stone fireplace and access to the covered and screened porch. On the upper level you will find a loft open to below, one bedroom and a bunk room. A spiral staircase leads to a tower room that you can use as an office or dining space with views from above. On the lower level you will find a guest bedroom, recreation room and a theater room. Contact us today to make this fairy tale cottage become your reality.
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