This modern cottage exudes charm and conceals spacious living behind a narrow facade. The simple exterior is adorned with board-and-batten, metal roof accents, and decorative gable brackets. Inside, an impressive five-bedroom layout is ideal for a large family with the master suite conveniently on the first floor. A thoughtful utility room with laundry sink, an island kitchen, and a screened porch with skylights enhances everyday living while a single dining room and cozy great room encourage family togetherness.
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This modern cottage mixes Craftsman elements for a warm and welcoming facade. A front-entry garage and narrow width makes this plan a versatile choice for countless lot sizes. The foyer entry offers a coat closet and opens directly into the great room. Windows frame the fireplace and a vaulted ceiling adds vertical space while a clerestory window brings in even more light and double doors open to a rear porch. The kitchen features a bar counter that looks out to the great room and the U-shape counter overlooks the dining room. A niche and bay window highlight this spacious dining area.
This one-story modern farmhouse design is instantly appealing with an angled garage and rustic gable brackets. Inside, the floor plan is thoughtfully arranged with a cathedral ceiling adding visual space to the island kitchen and great room and an open dining room for family meals. A pantry and utility room are nearby, and a mud room is just inside the garage entry. The master suite enjoys access to the rear porch and a sun tunnel brings natural light into the master closet. Two additional bedrooms are downstairs, and a bonus room is upstairs for expansion as needed.
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