Gorgeous yet Simple-Design Cottage House (HQ Plans & Pictures)

Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up each morning with a smile on your face and sit outside on the front porch with a cup of coffee? Now imagine doing just that in a beautiful neighborhood with friendly neighbors? Well then, you’re in for a treat! This pleasant cottage house designed by the skilled Eric Moser is a beautiful fusion of hard and soft qualities. It is both classic and modern; minimalistic and traditional. Apparently, there is such a description.

Beautiful white columns are built to support the roof over the front porch. This assures us of the house’s durability. Aside from the white shingles and panels that make up the exterior part of the house, the contrasting color of the red bricks make the house very interesting.

Moreover, the large glass windows situated inappropriate parts of the house bring in light and much-needed energy for the whole household to start their day with. This contemporary house is ideal for a small family who wants a peaceful environment contrary to that of the city. The property is simple, straightforward, and indeed, peaceful.

A spacious and relaxing front porch

The floor plan is featured below if you want an idea of how it would look on the inside. The plan, in itself, is very simple and easy to rearrange in case it doesn’t suit the size of the family or if you have other interior plans in mind. This design can also be constructed with metal and steel bars as foundation.

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Stats: 2,148 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. More details and features in the plans below.

Blue Print Plans: Scroll down below!

Construction ready floor plans: get here.

Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing; however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive a professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.

Source: Southern Living

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