This delightful guest cottage makes a relaxing stay for friends and family. Enter through the double doors to the great room with a wood stove in the corner. Towards the rear of the cottage is a kitchenette perfect for allowing guest to make there own snacks and lunches if they would like. There is also a full bathroom. Ladders on both sides of the great room access the two storage spaces above. Learn More
This small cabin is big on being a homey weekend get-away. This is compact yet serves four to six people comfortably. Two bedrooms share a full bathroom while each has its own closet. There is a living room that is connected to the kitchen and dining area that gives this an open feeling.
Country Cottage with A Nice Front Porch just Perfect for that Mountain Get Away Small Family or A Retired Couple.
Great Room has a Large Living Dining Area that shares a Snack Bar with the Kitchen.
Kitchen has Lots of Storage with a Nice Pantry and Cabinets.
Bedrooms 1 and 2 Share a Large Bath.
This home is perfect for active living. Its rectangular design allows the use of truss roof framing which makes construction easy and economical. The galley-style kitchen and the sunny dining area are kept open to the living room forming one huge activity space. Two sets of sliding glass doors expand the living area to the large deck. The secluded master bedroom offers a private bath while the remaining bedrooms share a hall bath. The two baths the laundry facilities and the kitchen are clustered to allow common plumbing walls. Plan H-921-1A has a standard crawlspace foundation and an optional solar-heating system. Plan H-921-2A has a Plen-Wood system which utilizes the sealed crawlspace as a chamber for distributing heated or cooled air. Both versions of the design call for energy-efficient 2x6 exterior walls. Learn More