Our Colonial CottagePlan SL-180

SL-180

Plan Details

BASICS

  • 3 actual,3 possible
  • 2 full,0 half
  • 2
  • 0
  • Crawlspace
  • Main Floor
  • Main Floor
  • 1

SQUARE FOOTAGE

  • 1,004
  • 561
  • 1,565

DIMENSIONS

  • 33'8" x 33'6"
  • 23'0"

PLATE HEIGHTS

  • 8.0'
  • 8.0'

CONSTRUCTION

  • 2x4
  • Gable

STYLE / INFLUENCES

  • New England
  • ,
  • Cape Cod
  • ,
  • Cottage
  • ,
  • Colonial

KITCHEN FEATURES

  • U-shaped

MASTER SUITE FEATURES

  • Dual Access
  • ,
  • Walk-in Closet
  • ,
  • Tub

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

  • Fireplace

DESCRIPTION

Compact and perfectly proportioned, this Colonial-style cottage possesses a long history. When colonists arrived in Virginia, they brought with them distinct building practices from England. With careful attention to detail, they constructed frame houses consisting of one room with a garrett above. From these modest beginnings, the story-and-a-half house of colonial Virginia evolved.

Our plan is a simple interpretation of this traditional 18th-century Virginia home, carefully adapted to the practical requirements of today's lifestyle. The house contains 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in more than 1,500 square feet of heated living space.

Inside, rooms are spacious. From the front entry, a wide hall leads through the house, with a large living room, a master bedroom and bath, and a kitchen positioned off the hall. Space for the washer and dryer is conveniently tucked under the stairs and hidden behind bifold doors. The upstairs includes two bedrooms and a bath.
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