Simple batt and board siding grace the exterior of the Hideaway cabin plan. The front covered porch has a vaulted ceiling allowing additional windows to fill the front of the home pouring in natural light.
Inside the front door opens immediately into the great room, where the vaulted ceiling continues. To the left is the living area where a cozy corner wood stove keeps the home comfortable on chill winter evenings. To the right are the dining area and kitchen. An angled island provides some visual separation between the dining room and the kitchen while adding to the available counter space.
Just around the corner, off the kitchen, a hallway leads back to the main floor bedrooms but first leads past the utility room. Designed to function as a mud hall, the utility room’s passthrough design provides direct access to the side yard. At the end of the hall is the owners’ suite with a private bathroom and a large walk-in closet. The owners’ suite also boasts direct access to the outdoors.
Back in the great room a staircase along the back wall leads up to the unfinished loft allowing the Hideaway to be tailored to the homeowner’s lifestyle. Depending on the foundation the home is built on, the under-stair storage could serve as a pantry to the nearby kitchen. Or if built on a basement, the basement access stairs run under the stairs leading to the loft.
The Hideaway 31-082 is created by Associated Designs, Inc.’s talented team of residential home designers.