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Little Cottage Plans and Building Kits: Build a Cottage Home, Country Getaway, Small Backyard Guest House or Studio

Build the perfect weekend getaway, retirement home, backyard guest house or home office. Here are some easy to follow do-it-yourself building plans, contractor's blueprints and easy to assemble prefabricated cottage kits that are sure to help.

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Early New England Homes by Country Carpenters  Create an authentic center-fireplace Cape Cod cottage with a pre-engineered building package from the craftsmen at Country Carpenters. They'll help you customize your home and then ship drawings, pre-cut lumber, and hard-to find handmade woodwork details and forged hardware right to your property. Building a home this beautiful was never easier.

Tiny Cottage Building Plans  Starting at just 144 square feet, these are some of the smallest and simplest cottage designs you'll ever find. The Backroad Designer's  blueprints are inexpensive and easy-to-use. You'll also find a wide assortment of plans for complementing country outbuildings: small barns, pole-barns, country garages, sheds, horse barns, tractor shelters and more.

Cottage, Cabin and Small House Plans  America's Best House Plans has more than a hundred designs for homes from 100 to 1,500 square feet. You'll find all styles of cottages, retirement homes, vacation getaways, coastal cottages, garage apartments and more. And, if you can't find the perfect cottage, they can modify any of the stock plans to match your dreams.

Prosperity Plans: How to Create a Low-Cost Small Home that Can Grow Over Time  This book is a complete reprint of the 1935 booklet, Farmhouse Plans, by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with forty small "Growing Houses" house designs, in a twenty-first century edition with Internet sources of working drawings and construction details.

Find a Great Home Builder or Renovation Contractor  Get fast, free quotes on your home from top rated contractors right in your neighborhood. Better Homes & Gardens' HomeAdvisor.com is online to help.

 

 

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