Southern-Style Country Cottage House w/ Sun Room (HQ Plans)

Reward yourself with the joys of southern living with this charming country cottage. If you are a southerner at heart or a lover of country style living, then this home is perfect for you and your family! This is truly the place to live in if you want to take a piece of the south with you at all times. Imagine the comfort and happiness that this home will bring you and your kids.

Facade of the House

The house’s exterior is composed of a lovely front porch where you could admire the wonderful view of the neighborhood. Imagine yourself stepping outside this white porch on a cold morning with a hot beverage in hand. You could also stay here to have a quiet time alone while reading the newspaper. The accents of the house could be personalized to your own liking just like the light pink and green houses on the photos below.

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When you enter the house, you will find yourself in a foyer just between the living room and dining room. The dining room is connected to the spacious kitchen where you and your kids could prepare a delicious meal. The master bedroom is located just right next to the living room. This grand bedroom has its own bathroom and walk-in closet. A separate powder room is also located at the first floor. What sets this house apart is the sun room located at the back of the house. This special area is where you can go and relax in with your family while enjoying the surrounding landscape and sky.

For requests of steel frames and metal slidings, please contact the contractor.

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Stats: 2,138 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. More details and features in the plans below.

BluePrint 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: Cool House Plans

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