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1,629 sq ft | 2 br, 2 ba


The Laurel Branch reveals itself gradually. From the timbered porch, guests are introduced to the frame in the flat ceiling entry. The heavy timbers are impressive, but it is not until turning to enter the great room that you’ll experience the stunning effect of a cathedral ceiling and expansive view-framing window wall. Feeling much larger than the square footage indicates, half of the house is the perfect social space that unites the kitchen, dining, and living room. The remainder of the home creatively utilizes the volume of the timber frame to accommodate two bathrooms and two attractive bedrooms.

  • 1,266 sq ft on main level

  • 363 sq ft on upper level


  • Build over a walkout basement to create additional bedrooms and recreation area below.  The upstairs bedroom could become a loft.

  • Add a screened porch to the side of the cottage to be shared by both the first level bedroom and the living room.

  • Create an additional or more generous first level bedroom suite by attaching an ell to the side of the building.

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