Wooden Vacation Houses. Close to Nature in Style
Having a plot in a gorgeous area and the possibility to spend several vacations a year there, summer and winter, is really a dream come true. All you need is a nice, small cabin, that offers you all the comfort of a dream vacation and is easy to heat and keep in a good state. Here are three wooden vacation houses, with an elegant, unpretentious design that fits a spectacular scenery just beautifully.
The first house is a 2-bedroom Swiss chalet with a living area of 987 square feet. It has large windows and screened doors, as well as a large sun deck in front, on the corner.
It comprises an open space, with no unnecessary divisions. One enters right into the dining room, in the middle, with the vaulted ceiling living room by its side, in the higher wing of the house. The open kitchen, with pantry, is in the back, along with the bedrooms.
Wooden vacation houses. Model no. 2
The second model is very attractive, with its symmetrical facade, with a stone chimney in the middle, the verandah in front and the additional gazebo-like covered porch. It’s a two-story house, with 3 bedrooms in the attic and a living area of 1,344 sq. ft.
The first floor comprises an open space and a half bathroom by the entrance. The kitchen is in a corner behind a 4-seat bar.
The bedrooms are in the attic, along with a full bathroom.
Wooden vacation houses. Model no. 3
The third house has an elegant design with multiple possibilities to admire the view. There’s a sun deck on the second floor, a covered porch beneath, and another deck on the other side on the first floor.It has a living area of 1,235 sq. ft and 3 bedrooms.
The entrance is on the covered porch, through a foyer, facing the kitchen. By their side is the living and dining room, with vaulted ceiling and a very good lighting, through no less than 6 roof windows, along with the tall, narrow ones on the wall. The great room is open to the sun deck by its side. On the other side of the kitchen and foyer are two bedrooms and a bathroom.
There’s nothing but the master bedroom in the attic, which has its own bathroom and an exit to the large sun deck around it.