Cottage style house

Cottage style house

Cottage style house
1. A style of domestic architecture, usually of wood construction, popularized in the 19th century, primarily by the pattern books of architects Andrew Jackson Downing (1815–1852) and Alexander Jackson
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Among the designs on offer is a traditional, double fronted, cottage style house at Plot 1, a family home with three reception rooms not counting the kitchen and breakfast area.
To stay in a competitive mode, Tate said the ranch will begin construction of 20 cottage style houses, which range in size from 850 to 1,300 square feet.
Barratt offer pretty detached cottage style houses - the first of their type in Britain - in a wooded development at the foot of the Gleniffer Braes.