I’ve become slightly obsessed with the modern farmhouse plans that Southern Living sells. Remember when I tracked down a handful of houses built around the country with the same popular Sugarberry Cottage floor plan? I just heard about another version of the house built in Prospect, Kentucky. Take a look!
A Sugarberry Cottage in Norton Commons
This one has the same modern farmhouse look as others that used the popular floor plan, but they customized it with some changes here and there. It’s fun to see how everyone designs their Sugarberry Cottages to look a little different. I read that this one is a little bigger than most, too.
I haven’t seen two fireplace walls done the same way yet. This one has red brick up to the ceiling with windows and built-in bookshelves on either side instead of the glass doors leading to the porch the others had.
For instance, here’s how the fireplace wall looked in the cottage at Serenbe:
The fireplace wall in Kentucky:
The living room is open to the kitchen and dining areas.
The kitchen looks a little more open than some of the others we’ve seen.
The house is about 1,800 square feet.
The Master Bedroom is on the first floor:
Guest Bedroom Upstairs:
Back Entry Mudroom:
Instead of a screened porch on the side like most Sugarberry Cottages have, this one was left open:
The house was built in the Norton Commons neighborhood in Prospect, Kentucky, which has a lot of charming new houses being built in traditional styles like this one. For more photos and information, check Meridian Construction and take the video tour.