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Cottage Home Plans or Not?

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Cottage Home Plans or Not?

When do cottage home plans not resemble a traditional cottage-style home? When it’s a plantation style cottage, or even a mountain retreat style cottage home plan, both of which are available in the Sater Design Collection’s cottage house plans.

Cottage Home Plans: Design Basics

Cottage home plans can come in many different styles, but the basics of this home design are the same. Some of the most prominent features of a cottage house are:

Wide overhanging roofs with multiple rooflines.

Large porches.

Built-ins and fireplaces.

Open and airy indoor spaces. 

One of the unique cottage home plans in the Sater Design Collection with all of these features is the “Anna Belle”. This house plan is the perfect example of a plantation-inspired home with its dramatic curb appeal. Two-story columns support the entry portico and roof above, with wide two-story porches perfect for rocking chairs and a swing.

Anna Belle Front Elevation Plan # 6702

Anna Belle-Front Elevation-Plan #6782

This large cottage home plan features a master wing on the right side of the home, with private access to the rear Solana and outdoor fireplace. The side entry garage on the left wing contains three bays, providing plenty of room for vehicles and storage.

Anna Belle-Main Level Floor Plan- #6782

Anna Belle-Main Level Floor Plan- #6782

On the other end of the style spectrum, if a mountain chalet design is more to your liking, look no further than Sater Design’s “Buckhurst Lodge” cottage home plan.

Buckhurst Lodge-Front Elevation-Plan #6807

Buckhurst Lodge-Front Elevation-Plan #6807

Buckhurst Lodge-Rear Elevation-Plan #6807

Buckhurst Lodge-Rear Elevation-Plan #6807

This home design is not only eye catching outside with its bold mix of textures, but it packs a lot of function inside its 1978 square feet. Featuring two large bedrooms with private balconies in the left wing of the home and a private master on the upper level, this open concept split-level home plan is a perfect when used for a family home, or as a vacation villa.

What are your thoughts on these two very different cottage home plans? Please leave us your comments below!

These cottage home plans and many other luxury home plans can be found online and in the Sater Design Collection of home plan books and publications. All of our books and magazines feature top quality, full color renderings and beautiful color photography. Sign up for our newsletter and receive discount coupons for house plans and publications, as well as a coupon for a free book or magazine!

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