Are you looking for an efficient solution to the demands of small space living without sacrificing luxurious amenities or modern features? Then Designer Cottages Tiny Homes is calling your name.
Slowly creeping up on everyone’s travel radar and located on the top of The Blueridge Mountains of North Carolina is the outdoor oasis of Cashiers, NC. Its breathtaking waterfalls, scenic mountainous overlooks, and an assortment of charming farmers markets and boutique shops have grown to become the Southeast’s premier resort destination. However, radically changing the path of oversized living and creating a new real estate shopping experience for a luxury small home living is “Designer Cottages,” a Berkshire Hathaway company.
Designer Cottages buyers have the unique opportunity of touring the available Sandbox and Low Country floorplan designs as well as booking overnight stays in these roughly 450 sq ft units. This experience provides interested customers and curious travelers a first-hand experience in the ever growing small home lifestyle trend. I know what you’re thinking, “my closet alone is larger than these home properties,” however in a saturated market where affordable living in natural scenic habitats are becoming more and more difficult, a growing number of people are realizing that modest floor plans are a great and affordable solution.
Luxurious southern home details are a primary focus for Designer cottages. This high quality, low quantity concept features premium finishes like oak hardwood floors, quartz countertops, and shiplap walls. Each home is nestled in ethereal forests and waterscapes. The floorplan styles are inspired by classic luxury mountainous and coastal living. And! Each cottage has ample storage for modest living, which is vital in a well rounded simple life.
So for those of you interested in a luxurious overnight stay that can turn into a permanent new living style, you can book directly through Designers home website or on Airbnb.
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