In the bedrooms partitions that can be tucked away when not in use help create privacy whenever necessary while pullout beds and bunk beds maximize the available square footage.
The multi-level cabin was originally built by Joseph Esherick in 1968 and in its new avatar it offers a cozy contemplative refuge that still drapes you in comfort and class. This is essentially a home that provides the best of both worlds!
A series of smart bookshelves line the walls of the interior as large glass windows connecting it visually with the wooden deck outside. A loft bedroom and a tufted bay window seat with storage provide additional options which allow the retreat to multitask with ease.
It is louvered screens and smart overhangs used around the house that keep away summer heat while allowing winter warmth to enter inside in an unhindered fashion. It is the picturesque scenery outside that puts the final touches on a house that is connected with the landscape at all times.
Plush and colorful sofas in purple enliven the living area even as large glass windows and sliding glass doors bring in ample natural light. The interior feels refreshing cheerful and smart with a minimal stairway in wood connecting the multiple levels.
There is absolutely no lack of space inside the cottage with one area flowing into the next. An open spacious deck outside further extends this sense of being one with the landscape. Inviting modern and unique this exquisite cottage has a bit of something for everyone in the family.
The section of the house with the tallest pitched roof holds the living area kitchen and dining space in an open neutral setting. The second section with the shorter pitched room contains the bedrooms and the bathroom while the final third unit houses the mechanical equipment.
A relaxing backyard that offers a tranquil refuge amidst the urban rush that surrounds us is a refuge that we all seek. But few among us actually have the privilege of enjoying such a serene escape.