The Chelsea House offers Old-World flair with its sleek stucco facade, steep roof and gas lantern detail. The design could blend with homes from another century, but the plan includes all of the modern conveniences.
With the ever-growing need for home offices, this cottage offers a flexible space with a private entrance that can be used for working at home, or it may be converted into a sun room.
This home's family room includes three sets of French doors that open onto the patio, along with an inviting fireplace that could be finished in brick or elegant limestone to complement the stucco exterior. The kitchen is open to the family room by way of a raised counter for extra seating. A pair of old shutters could easily close off the space for more formal entertaining. Upstairs, the master bedroom features an unforgettable wall of windows.