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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THIS exceptional four bedroom cottage style house has been improved and extended from the original 1913 cottage.
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.