Taking the house my mom grew up in, the farm my grandparents shared for over fifty years and making it a home for us to grow old in.

Free House Plan: Quaint country cottage

Quaint free country house plan. I love how stately this two story turned out with so many windows and a front porch. It makes a really bold statement for such a small house! It is only 1200 square feet but could be comfortable for a small family or ideal for a couple. The kitchen is small bugoot smart offering a ton more storage then you would expect. I kept this home a lot more “old school” then most of my plans that boast serious open concepts. Instead, I gave this little home a real dining room, including a little separation throughout. This house reminds me of an older farm house

Free country quaint house plan, stately and interest, small cottage, free floor plan


Free country quaint house plan, stately and interest, small cottage, free floor plan

Free country quaint house plan, stately and interest, small cottage, free floor plan

Free country quaint house plan, stately and interest, small cottage, free floor plan

Free country quaint house plan, stately and interest, small cottage, free floor plan


Free country quaint house plan, stately and interest, small cottage, free floor plan

Free country quaint house plan, stately and interest, small cottage, free floor plan


Free country quaint house plan, stately and interest, small cottage, free floor plan
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