It’s time to publish some more of my pictures of a beautiful, new English cottage built here in America. I’ll mainly focus on the windows and doors for this post.
Extraordinary attention to English cottage architectural details and landscaping was the driving force behind The Bonner’s new home.
Some of these details are not always apparent. You need to look carefully and realize that you will not find homes of this caliber very often. The builder definitely kicked things up a notch for this fine homebuilding project!
My pictures probably don’t do it justice, but at least I tried. Judge for yourself.
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Above: The picture on the left shows the backyard as seen through the HUGE, square-cut rondel glass in the back door and (r) here are just a couple of the 25-30 (I lost count) interior doors which are constructed of solid hardwood with cherry veneer, all with the same style panel configuration.
Follow this link to the complete series on the English cottage seen here.
Writing a home building blog that chronicles new homes during different phases of construction from a consumers’ point-of-view is rather unique and loads of fun. Basically, my tips are a collection of checklists for what I think should (and should not) go into building a quality home. So let’s have fun seeing what’s new in the housing market these days!