This efficient cottage is ideal for a narrow lot. Skylights are thoughtfully placed in the master bedroom and dining room to welcome natural light and sun tunnels brighten the utility room and master closet. Garage storage, linen closets and a pantry provide ample storage while a coat closet is convenient to both the foyer and garage entries. This modest floor plan includes luxury amenities with an island kitchen and a fireplace in the great room. A bonus room with full bathroom offers space for expansion.
This modest cottage is instantly charming with a stone-and-shake exterior and welcoming front porch. Multiple gables and dormers add dimension to this narrow design. The living spaces are cozy and create a continuous flow between the open great room, island kitchen and dining room. The spacious master suite is downstairs with the utility room while two additional bedrooms and a bonus room are upstairs.
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