Main Floor:1,588 sq. ft.
Upper Floor:819 sq. ft.
Additional Rooms:laundry room, mud room, loft, storage
Garage:2 car carport
Outdoor Spaces:wraparound porch, screened porch, open deck
Other:open living, first floor master bedroom, stone fireplace
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted family room
Home Style:Lake, Mountain, Craftsman
Lot Style:sloping lot
Smoky Mountain Cottage is a craftsman rustic cottage style mountain house plan with a wraparound porch that will work great at the lake or in the mountains. It has a loft open to the main living areas of the home creating an open feel throughout the home. Stone fireplaces are located in the family room and on the screened in porch connected to the wraparound porch. The master suite and upper bedroom are connected to porches allowing you to easily access the outdoors and enjoy the scenery. An unfinished walkout basement is on the terrace level with plenty of room for your toys and allowing easy access to the lake. The rustic materials and craftsman details throughout this mountain getaway make for spectacular views from inside and outside of the home.
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