Windtree Subdivision – French Cottage

This delightful mountaintop cottage, and many others like it, is nestled along a landscape of rolling hills and refreshing streams in a new development inside Windtree Subdivision. Pulling up the main drive, one feels instantly drawn to the dreamy exterior of the two-story residence. A combination of lap siding and painted brick, along with wooden shutters and a sloped roof, are intentional call outs to the French cottage style. Inside, wide open spaces allow for creativity, flexibility, and endless options for décor. A painted brick fireplace and mantle take center stage in the den, while in the kitchen, generous cabinet space helps keep clutter out of sight. Here, the solid gray, Moroccan tile backsplash seamlessly complements the marbled countertops while injecting personality into the kitchen design scheme. Outfitted with top-of-the-line finishes and windows galore, this home is a true mountain paradise.

 

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