That’s where the ideas started, but the result is a house that truly belongs in Texas Hill Country.
The one-bedroom, one-bath cottage has 1,000 square feet and sits on a private 20-acre property.
The stone they used is chopped white limestone, which is indigenous to the area.
Austin Pitner of Bonterra Build | Design explains, “We wanted the interiors to be rough but clean.”
There are stones and beams that have the look of an old European farmhouse, but other elements, like the stained concrete floors, make it look more modern.
My biggest problem with building a guest house like this would be that I’d want to live in it myself, wouldn’t you? Love it. Head to Houzz to take the tour.
Read the article about this stone cottage on Houzz for photos and details.
Photo via Bonterra Build | Design.