Main Floor:2357 Sq. Ft.
Upper Floor:1555 Sq Ft.
Lower Floor:2087 Unfinished/Finished
Bedrooms:4 or 6
Additional Rooms:Lake storage, Shelter room with bunks, bunk room, theater, recreational room, study, loft
Outdoor Spaces:Front Porch, Patio, Screened Porch, Covered Porch, Grill Deck
Other:Open living, boat storage,
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:Vaulted Great Room
Home Style:Rustic, Craftsman, Lake
Baker Lake Cottage is a rustic style lake house plan that has a well thought out layout and many great features. You walk in the foyer to a vaulted open living great room featuring an L shaped kitchen and a dining area. The main level floor plan features a master suite with access to a covered porch, 2 bedrooms an office and plenty of porch space to enjoy your views from multiple vanity points with your loved ones. On the upper level you will find a loft open to the vaulted great room below that has great views out of the vaulted rear wall of windows. It also features a home theater, a study and a guest bedroom. The lower level can be finished or unfinished to cut down on your square footage and construction costs. If finished it has a second master suite, a recreational room for games, boat storage, bunk room and a storm shelter with bunk beds. Contact us today to call this amazing design your next home.
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